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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ominissioners B.. H. S. ,

Rent rates in the Gainesville-Starke) area were swept back to the level of Jan. 1. .'

Itmilted budget for the Melvin FUtch has been chosenas 1941) under Office of Price Administration regulations designed to curb the rising cost !

g neW fiscal year was the member of the Bradford of living 1\

by the Board of County Mon- Ras: -was High School faculty t o teach. The government edict went into effect with August! rents-due last week and with

iners In session Aeronautics to high school tten- some few exceptions applies to rented
every apartment, home hotel and rooming house
the clerk waa"
mlnutes! of lors, and' perhaps juniors, accOl'dIng in the three counties of Alachua Bradford and Clay. Places rented exclusively for busi
this part of the meeting. r to S.'E. Sparks, chairman! of,
the County School Board. The ness purposes and farm property do not come under the regulation ,
ollo\\'s! William I. Duke) Area Kent Director '
24th.. 1942 Board cession Monday, appropriated estimated the federal regulation. will effect
July men I took up the $100 toward his expenses more than 15,000( () pieces of property in this section. I ,
aril.
making an estimate of and the Government put up a Under the regulation no tenant may offer, and no landlord may accept any rent ,.
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Lsaiy expenses of theor like amount' and Mi Futch entered I t-. .---- ..- -.-- ---'- ---- -- -.---- higher than that charged on

( the fiscal year from the University of Florida I Jan 1, 1911 unless:, "since, that

?], 1942, to and Including 8a Monday for a six: weeks' summer I July Bond Quota Deadline Near fats the property has been

L r 30, 1913, and having course on the subject! substantially changed by a

j the receipts estimated a Although Fouler< Shl Smith, "major capital improvement.

[Clerk and I having given ;w a new BHS principal, had been Far Exceeded For In a special message t o

Ide ration of the needs thinking on the subject for sometime Registration landlords of the area. Mr.

.sides of the County and the matter was brought t to Duke emphasized that

Irements for the fiscal 1 I a head by the following tele- On a July quota of 19,900 for Todjy- .Friday-Is the last day replacements and main repairs *
do
Eve determined and gram Saturday from Hayden war bonds and stamps for Bradford to register If you are a newcomerIn tenance NOT major improvements

Meclwe the following to Shades of 1890! No, your eyes. don't deceive you. It's a genuine Burns, chairman of the Aviation County a total of $43,51855: : Starke and desire to vote In are, and urged them to

timated expenses and all old-faahJoned hack el.. lopplng down Call St. Seated beside Will Committee of the Jacksonville was ral ed. the city election September 15: study his statement carefully before
Chamber of to Mr.
extraordinary expenses Hurney, the driver Is A. J. Thunius, clerk of the circuit court, and Commerce Face value of bonds sold by The registration books opened In attempting to collect higher
Led l for the year from those back-Heat driver Sparks: the Starke postofftce totaled $31- the office of City Clerk Carl I.
ore P. M. Barefoot and C. O. llark>Hlale. The rents than those of the "freeze"
n taxation and estimated hack wait brought to Starke from St. Augustine bym.. Sapp and "Preflight course beginning Mon 850: while the Florida Bank at Johns on July 11 and will clone tonight date,
whichvailable
(from other sources has enjoyed great popularity since Its arrival here. day at University. Both men and Starke sold $9,800 In bonds, The After office hours, Mr. "Before you write, telephone or

( : lady teachers being I enrolled stamp sale at the Starke post- Johns has announced, the registration come to the area office" he told I

IENERAL FUND Urge your school be represented" office was $2.89903. books will be at S. R, them" please read this carefully, r

County Commls- According to Mr. Smith, every Lawtey sold $900 In bonds and Johns & Son's store on Washington it probably will answer your questions -
1800.00 Cleaning Up "Boom Town""Boom high school is supposed to present $43 50 In stamps, while Brooker street until 8 P. M. +I J

erk Circuit I such a course this year, sponsor sold $20 In stamps! Hampton If you have been In Florida 12 "If the' housing accomodatlons

1,200.00 Town", the mushroom who would see that unscrupulous ed by the Chambers of Commerce, hay not yet made report to Pqst- months! and In Starke 6 months, you rent were occupied by a tenant

ttendance on I village just outside Camp Blan- proprietors stayed In line or American Legion and State Boardof master Fred F. Stump.To you are qualified to register und on Jan. 1. 1941, and since that ,.

Commissioners 52,00 ding gates "ain't what It used to else! Education, and given financial summarize, $42,550: In bonds vote In the coming election. A date have not been substantially I

for County be" thanks to the trojan efforts The problem 0 f undesirable backing by the Government, I have been sold in the County; Mayor and three Council members changed by a major capital Improvement I
I
sioners 25.00 of a small group of Kingsley women? Mr. Futch chose the threefold'course $45,51853: : In both bonds! and wilt be elected The 2-year changed as to dwelling

Ions and Fees Lake businessmen. Everyoneknows "As soon as the news got of Meterologry, Aero-dyntt- stamps. Starke's total was $41- term of L. A Canova (chairman), units or from unfurnishedto

[ Assessor of what "Boom ,Town" usedto around that they'd be 'pinched mlcs and Navigation. It will\ be,. 650 In bonds and $2.89905: In S. E, Sparks and II. A. Bishop furnished unit., the rents must t

2000.00 be, so it is pretty generally on arrival, we didn't have much compulsory for senior boys, and stamps, or a total of $$44.549 will expire and they will be up be reduced, to what they were on

51 and Fees agreed that any change is for more trouble with 'em," one member for Juniors also, If the scehedule I for both. Lawtey's total for bonds for re-election. It Is not known Jan. 1, 1941. j

Tax Collector 2,000.00 the better. of the association said this. is not too crowded, Mr. Smith I and .stamps was $943.:50, while whether or not they will have opposition "Repairs, replacements and

ce County Seeing matters go from bad to week. said. "When they finish school" Brooker's total was $26 In stamps maintenance are NOT major capital '

sue 600.00 worse, this, group of...far-sighted After serving as chairman ,of said Mr Smith "they will all This county's August quota. Is :Mayor N D. Walnwrlght. Jr, Improvement, even though

720.00 businessmen realized they must the association for more than a know something about It, and it: 22800. completes his 14-day furlough tomorrow they Involved spending large sums :

4, and Water 1,000.00 take 'drastic action In order to year and doing a "bang-up job"of will not take diem so long to and will then be a full- of money for such things as new

eoaoo protect their investments from It:according to his fellow members finish their courses If they take' TIlE AMERICAN WAY fledged soldier In uniform and unable replacement electric stoves and I I

1100.00 the stigma of a bad reputation ,. Mr. Strickland resigned last up aviation;" In connection with war bonds to be a.candidate to succeed refrigerators. ''I

ttt Registration! 360.00of that was rapidly attaching Itselfto week and nominated J, A. Brooksas the Telegraph Is glad tq call thereaders' himself in September. The only "Putting, on a new roof paintIng t )'

Ejections 800.00ng "Boom ,Town".. Then. too head of the organization. Ata special attention to anenlightening person who has thrown his hat papering, or refinishing the'f'' :

and Camp B 1 a n d I n"e, authorities meeting held last-- Friday Mr. Scrap: Metal Drive patrtotlc.i.UlWltrated:: In the ring ao"far, Is W.- M. Ed lnsld *of the noun, are,bl>t

2000 weren't any too favorably l impres- Brooks was duly elected ai president I- lecture __which 1'r Vd. Howard, wards who wa. .a candidate) last Improvements. .do. not IIWIJOI"'I i 'I

a1Cfa"suipytletC,4': bed 'with.thelr"unin'VAed S:uburb", and Phil.-Vltsfty was. reelected manage*,of ttWlocaL.Coca Cola year. Mr. BOwards Is at present an Increase' In rent, ,..*fv ,

ses # X1,500.00: and hardly a week went by.with secret a ry-tresurer."In ad- Now 1Jnde'Way, plant In fa this giving vicinity to various with the audiences aid chalrmah of'th. Board of County ,"A; major capital Improvementmeans I.

300,00 out some new joint being declared dition to these two officers, the Commissioners, and was for nine building on a new room,
lute Furniture "out of bounds." Something had Executive Board is composed of of a stereoptlcon-talklng machine. years a member of the City putting In a new bathroom where

turn 1,200.00 I to be done. I Mr. Strickland, Carl Carter and By L. T. Dyer' The picture is called "The Council. and for several years Its none was before, putting in a

| Cost Clerk Cir- In union there is strength so W D. Cord ray. Chairman Salvage! Committee> American Way" and Is very chairman giving up that post furnace where there was none

in dead earnest-these timely depleting many war when he ran for Mayor. before, or furnishing an apart
>urt 800.00 several months ago a small groupof They're Many of our farmers have already scenes, and the lecturer speaks of
ace County Jail I the better class of businessmen 33 men who now belong to the sold all their scrap metalto the freedom of worship freedomto ment that was rented unfurnished ,
rs) got together and organized 8OOclations-and one of the im Have Old before
350.00: Junk dealers, That Is just vote, freedom of the press and Records I
I what might have been named portant items of business transacted "If have made such Improvement '
(Cor) 300.00 what we want all of them to do. of speech. It tells of Wake Is- you ) an -
I "The Boom Town at their last meeting was a Ready Today; since Jan 1 1941 1
filnued on page ten) Improvement The price set by the Governmentis land and the aircraft carrier you i '
I Society", but which Is officially resolution forbidding membershipto 29: cents per 100 pounds, and, Lexington and reminds the pub Boys Will Get Them may accept as much as you received R\ )

known as the "KIngsley Lake any proprietor who sells whiskey no matter who handles it or lic that "thin la our war-every- in rent for the first month

Command Business Men's Association." or who allows whiskey to be where It Is sold it goes to the body's war. ," and explains the A J. Thomas and V. S. St. after the Improvements were
With G. Strickland drunk on his premises. They also completed subject to a review of
Clayton as Government for war purposes. part that all must play In buildIng John have decided t o canvass
its first president!' the association pledged cooperation to Camp Starke this afternoon the facts by this office.
While the government Is propos ships and tanks and guns and (Friday)
s No looks lost no time In getting down to Blanding authorities In helping ing to pay for the scrap metal planes. These Implements of beginning at S o'clock for old "U you are at all uncertain

brass tacks. They talked things to stop the sale of Illegal liquor some people prefer to give It. warfare cost money and all are phonograph records for the boysIn whether you have made a major "

over with the camp provost mar- I So here's to the health and long This is very much appreciated, asked to help. But the Govern- the service. The drive was Improvement the best thing to do

I F. Burley, of Binning- shal and pledged 100 percent cooperation life of the Kingsley Lake Business and shows a patriotic spirit. ment doesn't tell the people to prevlounly announced for Wednes to stay within the law Is to put I I

representative of thee in cleaning up a situation Men's Association. Plentyof give. It asks them to lend, and day, but Friday Is the day It will your rent back to where It was :' .I ,
Letters return card "
e Air Base Command, that was rapidly getting out others could profit well by are being, Including mailed out a to practically : they get back $4 for every $3 be launched. They will have boys on Jan. 1, 1941 and consult this

I the Board of County of hand. And they didn't just following their good example.And loaned. The lecturer says that with them In their cars to help office. I'
in
loners at their regular TALK cooperation. They actually In closing-here's just a In every farmer the metal.the county The, $1 will buy 50 bullets; $10 will gather them In, so please have "It Is Immaterial whether you
1 down Into word of warning: Don't call It regard to scrap them owned the property. In January
meeting Monday to rebUilding went to bat digging purchase enough fuel oil to run ready this afternoon.
card la to be returned telling the
1 of undesirable their Individual pockets to make "Boom Town" in their presence. number of of they. a destroyer 20 miles; $4 buys a This I III a part of the American 1941, or someone else owned It.

i business on the west up a pool for the purpose of hirIng They prefer to be known as!!' citizens will have. Then pounds the WPA scrap trucks steel helmet and $22 will buy a Legion drive to secure 31,:OO.OOO "The fact that your expanses
State flock of sheriffs!' of "Kingsley Lake". records of which have Increased Is not reason for r r-
| Road 28 In Brad- a deputy surgical bed "We are all partnersIn number FlorIda's
will be sent to pick it up and haulit an Increase In the rent.
sty adjacent to the to a central point. winning the war". Every man, quota Is 490,650. If you "The fact
that
n. The Government has woman and child can lend a hand. are not at home or If they mla mere you are
ot the property on the Park Cafe Plans New Cafeteria Every person Is urged to get all : Every person Is asked to lend you, please bring them by the receiving less than others in your ,
his metal together as quickly neighborhood for the ama type
Extensive ChangesUnder Open At Center scrap I 10 percent of his Income to the Bradford County Telegraph
as possible, and either sell it dwelling unit Is not reason for an ;
I1'8 advice of County at- the supervision of Otis last to a junk man or let the WPA Government, by purchasing war Increase In rent \ j
T. Prank Mlckeys Cafeteria opened bonds and stamps regularly. The Numerous ChangesIn
Landrum, It Nelson, the Park Cafe Is under- have it.Sigman's. "Tha mere fact that your tenant -
rmlned afternoon in Blanding mother gives her son; the wife
that Saturday
the Board Is
willing to pay an Increasedrent
extensive remodeling pro- FacultiesAt
going an her husband; and the man his
aUthority to restrIct any According to Nick Stavrl- Center. Mrs. Myrtle Buckholtr. does NOT mean that you can
'the> cess. SuccessorIs own life In order that folks may
| County as to build- and the new the of the accept 1t. You must NOT accept
Lieutenant anos and George Kopelosos proprietors who owns operates still have the American way of: regular meeting<
Burley :was Board of Public Instruction mora than was accepted en January k I'
hat the place closed Sunday place, comes to Starke after many Named life i County -
every effort Possible night and will remain "closed until restaurant Monday the resignation of 1. 1941. I.
t made to successful years In the Mr. Howard desires to give this
Bile cooperate with the work Is completed-about D. I. SIgman, former sanitary 8-mlnute free illustrated lecture: Mrs Helen Cody an teacher In "It Is Immaterial whether you !
authorities In business in Miami. where she has raised the rent or the former }
disC
the 25th.The inspector with the State Boardof the Lawtey Junior High School
as the "American Way of Life" to
I far
as possible the partition betwen the restaurant been since 1929 and other cities. Health connected with the local clubs and In was accepted, and Miss Maude owner raised the rent.
|or as many gatherings
lOMness operation of any of- proper and the bar will Mrs. Buckholtz comes originallyfrom Health Unit bu just completed this vicinity as possible Just Wilder was unanimously. chosen "The mere fact that you believe
adjacent to the front of his "commercial Instructor l' e to succeed her your tenant believes, or anyone
[reservation be removed; the entire Texas and her chef and write V. W, Howard or telephonehim
the building will be changed; and Mrs. Frank C. fresher course" under the Civil at No. 1. The Board accepted the resignation else believes that the dwelling
walls and ceiling will be painted; cashier Mr. Aeronautic. Administration at the of Miss Betty Rhodes as unit Is worth more than you are '

outs new floors will be installed; eight Flores, who have been with her Carl Stengel's Flying Service at teacher at Hampton.Junior High getting does NOT 'permit you' to

A Leader booths and nine tables will be since 1929, are also Texan All Gainesville. Having completedthis Dr. Jennings School, and recommendation from accept more than was accepted

used In the front part of the other help will be picked, as far three-months course, be Is Soon In Army the trustees of the district that on January 1, 1941.
cafe while the bar will run clear now a full-fledged In. t r uctor Mian Lois Ditty be appointed to "If your question has not been
oby a member) as possible locally. be called Into active take her place was approved.In answered please state the facts '
11 across the 'rear of the building. 'cafeteria will patronizethe awaiting to Dr. L. If. Jennings, who has I
new ,
The
not. there Is an view of the gasoline-tire and your question as briefly as '
service.
and
Girl Mechanical work materials and merchantsby been a practicing physician In
Scout I local farmers possible, and mall to this office. 1
Troop here Hell-
situation, the trustees of the
In excess of Hobbs who is in for four or five
e. It Is furnishings will run purchasing tresh vegetables James now Starke the past '
The regulations effective In this
composed of bronn School acceptedthe f
stated. from Panama City taking further 10 leaving the latter partof Springs
YOUng $2,000. It was and other produce years
girls of Intermedl- i eggs resignation of G. E. McCauley Area August 1, 1942 also cover
who wlU cater especially to training, has been chosen to fill this week for active duty at I
are them, and rooming houses and hotels. A
showing I and the Board / !
much principal accepted -
in the At The TabernacleOn civilian trade. the poet left vacant by Mr. Sig- Moody Field, near Valdoeta Ca.
scouting the special statement explaining how
the recommendation of the
their; program. will be served. man and will take up his duties! He will enter as a first lieuten- ,
have No beer these rents are to be controlled
trustees H. P. fill
already serr at the Gospel Unit Medical that Morgan
Sunday night with the Health September ant In the Corps
uniforms and at pres- I unique service will remain at the vacancy left by Mr. McGau- will soon be available at this office. 1
Tabernacle an PermitsN. 1. Dr. Malcolm J Ford director Mrs. Jennings )
lat working on their Building ley's resignation
will be conducted by Christian stated yesterday her home In Starke.
advancement tests.Wlmberly. Bland ing. The Board approved the recom- To the tenants, Mr. Duke said:
sop, Under soldiers from Camp N. Prevatt, for the A & P mendation of Mrs. Tereisa Crosby "If tile dwelling you live in was i "
the and
direction music
Ii
"!stant leaden. Idatou There will be special treat Is In store store, $27 July 30, for the construction Rotary ClubH. No News Of Mike Dew and Mrs. Iris Crosby as teachersfor rented January I, 1941. and has

d Freddie :. a worth while of an awning piped to School.It not since been subfltanUally
In i. for all who attend. N. Fairbanks, local manager Mike Dew was on the S S the Rising Elementary
Call
need building at 202 East changed by a major capital improvement -
of the also unanimously acceptedthe
fa adult councll- The work at both the Tabernacle of the Florida Power Yorktown which was damaged in
la Jenkins August 1. changed as to dwelling -
O.
a street A. rest I gnatlon of Mrs. Ruth
wOrthy effort been faithfully ; of the battle of Midway,
De and Mission has and do Light Co.. had charge program the famous units from unfurnished to
rebuild balcony or .
Interel'ted to Faulkner teacher at the Vanderbilt -
In I members and $250 Club Wednesday 3-8 when two Japanese torpedoes as
helping carried on by at, the Rotary June ,
repair the rent
Work la I painting and general School. furnished pay only ,;
asked to of the some interesting her side. After the Elementary
hit
meet friends during the absence and gave an :
ark's work on the Bethel Baptist charged January 1, 1941.
rectory on Wednes'noon the completion In which Japan suffered
and with discussion 0 futility problems battle.
Sponsors Kopel- "You should not to
George agree:
Reno pay
at 3 Church in ;
o'clock of the new building greater under the changing conditions of the loss of four aircraft carriers Bradford LivestockThe
not $500: August 3 for the pur- more than that.
neglect the 'training things are planned and anticipated osus and war time. and several other battleships." whether
YOUIIC of remodelling the front Bradford County livestock "It la: immaterial you j'
girls pose here had a cable
eea to by ignoring to expand the work. inside of the Park Cafe on South Preceding Mr. Fairbanks talk Mike's mother Rica situation Is summed up by County are under a lease which calls for :
help Is becoming husband In Costa ,
art In a program The children's program Walnut street; E. Lawson $200 a short film, bringing home the from her Agent L. T. Dyer as follows: more than the rent allowed under
asking
The Canada -
Interest from
Iae.1 boys have a one of unusual August 4 to build room 8x10 feet message of war bond. In a very and a telegram pastures good, cattle fat, many the Regulation
He has not
troop with adult and Inspiration, and la developing washhouse effective was shown by It ha was safe. "' landlord has legal
P. Wby onto the house and also manner three hogs< In corn fields now, ample ]'he no au- :
!hi two or
nt to cannot the girls 7 talent for future leadershiP 9x10 feet with concrete V. W Howard manager of the been heard from hog feed. (Continued on page five)
work, but we need Everyone is invited to hear the Starke Coca Cola Bottling Co. months but It la hoped he Is safe. t
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tion of binder twine and bagging from the HAMPTON volt of ,Jacksonville
The Bradford County Telegraph By II. Wiggins weekend IJItt
With
palmetto. If the experiments succeed they pa& Uvea here friends ill(

Established 1877 will help to offset the currently estimated 1W-- NEW SCHOOL TERM MIllS
Margaret
The Hampton Junior Hi School
MBMSBR.PRbSSASSOCJATJON. shortage of 125,000 pounds in binder twine. opened Monday with 121 pupils Gently been employed Critb L

*F L OR I i 1.4 The project has been endorsed by the enrolled-34 In the Junior High Harry' Cafe In Stark at At

vuI\I'W.EDITORIALASsoaA.n: <:w' fiber section of the War Production Board, Author of "How to Win Friends _: department with Principal M. W. of Mr. M. J. CreeD SlId.
Morrow and Mls.s) Edna Dudley as Miami. who It
I g. aII
National are
of'Standards and the and Influence People. v 1
the Bureau lives t
:. L. MatAews ________ Editor!: and Owuer teachers; 24 in the 6th and 6th here, are
Inventors Congress. Grades with Miss ,Lois Ditty with Joe spending. of tba

SUBSCRIPTION KATie Florida needs more industries, and if teacher; 28 in the 3rd and 4th Mrs Lee Clay Ct

Yearly, $1.73; Six Months 'l.OOrobUsked this production of twine from the scrub pal- Grades with Mrs Floy Sullivan, visiting VSunday and of Bttlt
M
teacher; and 39: in the 1st and Gainey RAndy j
Bettered Sec- metto is worked out successfully and eco- 2nd Grades with Miss Ophelia
as
and
Weekly on Fridays Morrell
nomically it will mean the utilization of a ONE BOY'S COURTESYA Bryan, teacher was Visiting his of Jaco,.
end CUM Matter at the Post Office at Stark Fla daughter
.
4 product that has hitherto been virtually few years ago a Chicago man went to London and got Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow E. Green and Mre C. Al

worthless. lost In a fog, and your country today is a bit better becausehe and little daughter returned 'last Monday r7 r7J.

You Owe Seventy-Five Pounds got lost. This story was told to me by Harold Hall, an Friday from Daytona Beach W. Sa SlIer \\'as

Of Scrap Metal To Uncle Sam executive of the "New York Times." where they had spent a week's lIellbronn Springs leer dui//1f:1 oil:

Forced Savings May Be NecessaryTo The man was William D. Boyce. He was the publisher of vacation on the ocean front.

During the next few weeks an intensive Help Prevent Inflation two Chicago papers. These papers were weeklies, and Edward Saxon returned Monday TIIERESSA

drive will be made to collect every piece of has had forced savings for were sold on Saturdays throughout the Middle West. He from a pleasant vacation spent 1\11'II. B. Do .
"Britain in Plant City. and other South f
the
"boyagent"plan.
had be known
The originated what came to as
iron in Bradford County. cam- We
scrap more than a year," says Business Week. That is, using boys to shout his publications. He had Florida points. the are very sorry I b
nation-wide and the quota set for Both the Methodist and illness of
paign is "Canada just included the plan in its new made such a success of it that he had working for him on the wish for him T. B. Tr1tr..

Bradford County, during the period July 1 budget. We are going to have it soon. It'sa Saturdays in the small towns and villages, about 30,000 boys. Baptist Churches last Sunday.had a large Let's congregation Mn. W H,a speedy
Hall
i (! through December 31, is 635,775 pounds. question of when and what sort. Several Boyce had become rich and a world traveler. On one of to make them larger next time.try returned home SUnday and It

This means that in order to "go over working his trips he arrived in London, and was putting up at the MWJ. Ethel Tidwell has been a.. from a pleasant visit aft!
woman and child in agencies are already quietly on Savoy. He had an appointment to meet someone so left his recent visitor here. and relatives in Plant wkht r

!h the top" every man, blueprints." hotel and started out on foot. But he was not sure of the W. M. Welch and family, who Mr and Mg Cup

Bradford County must contribute an aver- In view of the fact that voluntary sales location, and was a bit bewildered. To make matters worsea were here last winter, have returned Jacksonville were John Adl

age of 75 pounds of scrap to Uncle Sam. of war bonds are proving inadequate to ab- London fog had swept down on the city-a "peasoup"fog to make their home of Mrs. R. M. Heney\\'eek-elld,

% It is true that this scrap material will most the.Londoners call it. Dewey 1. Bugg and Frank Mrs. Mildred
econo-
income Bence
sorb excess: consumer walked and confused. floss two of our boys, were Inducted of
and Germany-but in a Boyce on, growing more more yule was
to Japan ViSiting
be sent mists are convinced that some type of forced Finally a boy saw him, came up and politely said, "Excuseme into the army at Camp J. Phillips Friday her fa

vastly different form than some of the shipments savings must eventually be adopted. but can I be of any help?" Blanding last week. Mrs. Dan Loper

'y that went over before December 7. The arguments in its behalf are simple Boyce told him the number he was looking for, and the Aaron Uinton is doing some and Urs. C. A. Roberta and ell

This time it will be in the form of tanks, enough: This the national income will boy said, "I know where it is. If you will come with me I real hustling these days dren were shopping 1,5
year
planes ships and bombs, that are can take you to it." Misses Ophelia Bryan Edna Thursday of last week.
guns, reach an all-time high of $67,000,000,000. When his hand and LoIS Mr and Mrs.
who they arrived at the number, Boyce put Dudley Ditty arrived A. H. Ise
manned and fired by American boys The pockets of the people-especially thosein into his pocket a typical American tourist, and brought out Saturday to take their positionsas Marie Packham were ab
'
" are fighting for their lives, and the lives the lower income brackets-are better a shilling. "Here's something for you." teachers in the Hampton Starke Saturday

Y'f',, of us who still remain at home. lined with currency than ever before. At The boy saluted and said, "Thank you, but I'll not accept School.' They are comfortably Tampa MIlls Is Evelyn YoungbJ

l The scrap iron drive I in Bradford it, if you don't mind. I'm a Boy Scout and. we do not accept located at the Nimmo house.' Miss visiting
available Ruth Slbleyfor.J
the same time, the supply of goods tips for courtesies." Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, ',

County is headed up by County Agent L. T. to civilians is steadily diminishing. The Boyce was astonished. That had never happened to him Mr. and Mrs. George Williams and ; and Mr.little and Mrs. H. P, cim

Dyer, chairman of the local salvage committee. combination of more money and less goods before! "What is this you belong to?" sod, Howell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs daughter i*

In the rural sections of the county, adds up to but one thing: inflation.* Even The boy told him, and seeing how interested Boyce be- Mr.Lynn and Hall Mrs. J. L. Williams.his day. W, C' tou,
enjoyed vacation
farmers are asked to gather up their scrapE today, despite government price ceilings and came, he added, "If you" want me to, I'll take you to our from the Southern Railway last. Mr. and Mrs. c. SuBtir.

iron and notify Mr. Dyer of the approxi- controls, a n ominous "black market" i is chief and introduce you. week and, with his two sons shopping: In Starke Satarir!
Boyce taken to Sir Robert Baden-Powell of the ernoon.
mate weight on hand. If the amount is was one John and Eugene, raided the
springing up in this country. Unscrupulousmen heroes of the Boer war. He had founded the Boy Scouts of bream beds in the sandhill lakes. Miss Gladys Loper ..u

: large, Mr. Dyer will arrange to have a truck are bootlegging tires, sugar metals another d England. Boyce was tremendously impressed by an organization ping In Starke Wedneodll-

4 go by the farm and pick it up. The farmer controlled items.at outrageous prices. that taught such courtesy and helpfulness to the SUNNY BROOK FARM tended w. H. Hall and H D it

Y will be paid 25c per hundred pounds. young manhood of the country. He asked if such an organ the Stock Mark
Economists of all schools agree that in By Miss Anula CrosbyNEW Gainesville Monday
ization could be launched in America, but Sir Roberts
City residents who have a small amount flation can be prevented only if some meanis said it was a British organization and he saw no chance of ARRIVAL the Willis Swindell of P
dinner
' of scrap on hand may sell it to the local found absorb and make inactive guest of ?? ?
to a large a tie-up with America. Then Boyce said, "Couldn't we have Mr. and Mrs Marcus Connerare Mr. and Mrs. S. R

dealers-Ezekiel Dryden one mile south of part of the public income. Taxes they say, the Boy Scouts of the United States?" the proud parents of a baby day.. Swim

town on the Keystone Heights road or offer only a partial solution and Congress "Yes, I think so." girl, born Thursday, July 30. Both

Kenny: Kite. Boyce, still stirred by the boy's attention, came back to mother and baby are doing nicely. PINE
feels that the bill LEVEL
obviously tax
q new : comes
this
country, used his own boy-agents as a nucleus, and incorporated -
' Mrs.
Join in the junk collecting campaign pretty close to the limit. Sales of WarBonds Henry Howard and children By Mrs. H. M. JlcU
; (with the help of others) the Boy Scouts of America have returned to their home

+, and see' that every piece of scrap metal have been good, but they haven't I: in Washington, D. C. He financed them himself for after spending some time In Crescent W. E. Hall filled hil rj

t around your place b made available for closed the "inflation gap." Therefore, the two years until the organization had become strong enough Ga., with relatives. appointment at Pine Level

,' to stand on its own feet. Miss Roeie! Driggers of Lake last weekeadlth baptiii
some fighting weapon which will help to win argument goes, forced savings contributethe
Sunday afternoon.
In other words the Butler is Wetrj
courtesy of the British boy in a Lon- the guest of her brother-
c the war. only answer don fog was the foundation of the Boy Scouts of America! in-law and sister Mr. and :Mrs.J. Mrs. Hall was able to at
.
In England, the forced savings plan R. Kelly., services.Mr.

I Scrub Palmettos May,Prove Worth :. seems,.to have worked reasonably well. Tax: In Louisiana and Texas not to SAMPSON CITYBy Hubert Kelly and Joseph Crosby Orlando. and are Mrs.visiting T, If relttM Xclj

In The1Ve tAtes/are hiked to the. hilt .but of ship to sugar' markets in Indiana Mrs. of Plant City are visiting relatives this week.
] %trar.EconomU. a\part.. Illinois antffOH o until at least SE. Jones .. here thili.week.
. wh'tit'the 'pays t Mr: I' 'Mr". Leah Allen !If.
Englishmen will relurned and
The necessities of & war economy may September 1 .,because of a shortage Mrs J. B. Kessler has returnedto William''Crosby, villa returned home i Pills'
to him. after the He '' builds In their.tome.'States. OPA Mrs.' W. T. Crosby and Mrs )
war. simply' upa her home in Savannah, Ga., spending a few nl
do a lot toward developing, new l industriesin Frank Norman days
credit with the Government, which will be said these restrictions will haveto after spending a few days with and daughter and Mrs. J. R Hall
Florida before the conflict is With be Barbara Jean, made
over. continued. receipts from her mother Mrs. Josie Williams a business i
Eld. and Mrs. W E. ft
i, rebated when the guns stop firing. War Cuba and Puerto Rico below trip to Jacksonville Saturday.
the are
importing vital
many products prac- Mr. and Mrs. H. M Mil!>>l
tically halted, the sub-tropical climate of production will naturally stop at that time, expectations. Hall.M.. Varnes was a visitor to Lawrence, Ga.. was La Roache of. Crescent ed the bedside of C 11PJ
visiting
Florida may become invaluable for growing and there will be a difficult'' period of ad- Under rationing regulations Starke one day last week. I here Sunday. He was relatives accompanied who Is suffering from I ft

substitutes. justing from a war economy to a peace persons owning'more than one Mr and Mis. E. D. Jones and !! home by,W. C. Ward and Friday afternoon.

economy. If the people have accumulated typewriter may ,dispose of their Miss Mamie Hall were visiting 'daughter, Joyce. Mr. and Mrs W M I.

Already there has been discussion of machines only to authorized dealers Mr and Mrs. H. H. Thomas In Mrs. William Crosby the of Lawtey were visiting VI
savings, this adjustment will be spent Mrs. .
eased bya Earlton Sunday afternoon J. R. Hall Saturdy.STENOGR
several Florida plants that might eventually or to the procurement dlvl week-end here with her mother

be used as raw material for synthetic rub kind of "automatic unemployment insur- slon of the Treasury, OPA said. Curtis Varnes has returned Mrs. Vera Alston, in Lake Butler .\ ;REPrl: I!
ance." home after spending several days Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford of PADS- 15c earh-BBAt(
ber, and even the lowly scrub palmetto Apparently there is little active The Office ruled all new adult In Brunswick, Ga., on business. Lake Butler were visiting Mrs COUNTY TELKGRVPH.All .

which grows wild on thousands of, acres. of tion opposi bicycles are ,subject to rationing Friends of Mrs. S. E. Jones will Crawford' parents, Mr. and Mrs.

sandy soil in this state, might become use- to forced savings, and conservatives! and "even though they may have been be interested to learn that she is C. C. Crosby Sunday.Mr. .

liberals are both agreed that now visiting hear son, H. P. and Mrs.
ful the inflation must disassembled or altered or the Jones, J. N. Kelly and
in new war economy.A be avoided at all costs. The very credit and parts changed." I and family in Atlanta Ga. Mrs.Jones' Mrs. C. C. Crosby and sons, Bule

government agency has become s* sold has been spending the sum- and Bobby were visiting Mr and
solvency of the
nation are at stake, so don'tbe WAR BOND PURCHASES mer In Miami and Washington Mrs. M. C. Rosier at Ralford I
the idea
on that it
announces its intention of surprised if' the Government tells you one July sales of War Bonds total D. C., with relatives and expectsto Tuesday.

granting a well-known inventor $75,000 with of these days that you must save a definite ed $900,000,000. second highest return home about the first of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall of

which to erect a pilot plant for the produc- percentage of monthly amount on record and September.Mr. Green Cove Springs were dinner

your earnings. $lW million above June- IIA1..n. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown guests recently of Mrs. Inez Kelly.

Treasury Secretary Morgenthausaid. and little son Marvin, were visitors

THIS WEEK IN to Starke Sunday afternoon. SANDY LANEBy
THE
WARA Carl
THE ARMED FORCES McKinney has returned to Ida Ruth Alldredge
II: the Veteran's Hospital Lake ,
week( mud mjmmary! available.t Information on the Important development of the The President'signed a bill cre- City where he Is undergoing Little Mlsa Carolyn Wlll
hy ating the Women's
official
Iteport, Waihlncton. D. C.) sources tn the Office) of Government in the Navy which Auxiliary will Reserve be- treatment. is visiting her aunt.- Mrs. .lancea

made up at first of 1,000 Mr. and Mrs B. S. ,Jones and Locklear, of Starke.
Commissioned YO
GASOLINE Price PRICES; CUT guarantee that he will get enough reasons for the current meat Officers and about 10,- two sons have returned to their Miss Nela Mae Alldredge has WHILE

Administrator Henderson oil even to meet his minimum shortag in the East and some 000 enlisted members. He also home in Tampa after spending returned home after spending.amonth WAIT
announced that maximum gasoline need.." ten days with In Anniston '
Mid-Western States: signed a bin to, permit the CAA his brother and sis Ala.
!
prlcea In the
Mrs.
rationed area of the Petroleum to train ter-in-law. Mr and Mrs. E. D. Sally Anthony and daugh-
Coordinator airplane mechanics Guano
17 Eastern State and the District Ickea (1) It Is the off season for In its Jones. ter. Junlta Work
of asked all sellers of fuel and heat- beef. Civilian Pilot Training centers. Locklear were visiting 4
Columbia waa reduced 2 1-3 Mr. and Mrs. The Highest
Ing oils in the East to request The Army has asked for tra sing Fred W. Ellis of Gainesville was Bascom Williams Only
cents
a gallon ((2) have '
beginning People Monday Lied
August a good deal afternoon.
their customers to convert oil o f 31,000 mechanics. Selective visiting friends here Wednesday Leather
9. He
also announeed'reductlosof more with, T. B.
money which to Mosley
buy was
burners to the use of coal Service Headquarters Instructed visiting Mr.
0.9 cents for keroeene, 1.1 or more and better cuts of meat. and Mrs. R. H. ,
other available fuels. The Officeof S3 local boards to Induct during GUM BRANCH McCauley Mon
cent on distillates (3) The
and light heat Country has around 4,- day. -
ing oils Solid Fuels Coordinator reported August some men classified In By Mrs. T. N. BROVy1VSTSHOE
and 15 centa a barrel on 000,000 men under arms for Norman 'We are ,glad
1-B with to have T, W
bituminous
certain ,
coal of
stocks in types physical ,
residual fuel oils.Mr. storage in the U. S. increased an whom meat supplies must be pre- defects. I Mr.: and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were Pitts back In our section again. REP
Henderson laid the reductions estimated pared months in advance. Mr. ; visiting Mr. FromFrench
and
850,000 tons in June, to Roosevelt Mrs. Llge An-, Across
were made possible under a near-all-time record. The Of- have to said the people will Several Properties derson at Keystone Heights BOATDRAIN
'
expect new i
the recent agreement worked out rIce said consumer stockpiles, from time to time shortages Saturday. By Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls

by the OPA the Office of Petroleum however continued insufficient to Is of because that Rented Recently Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Norman and
part the Gene
of
price winning Griffis
provide adequate pro t ection children were and John Prevatt,
Coordinator and the Reconstruction the war.FARM visiting Mrs. Nor-
who
Last
Finance against possible shortages during' week H. B. Wiggins, man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. are employed In Jacksonville,
Corporation, the Fall and Winter. INCOME Hampton Postmaster, sold through M. Johnson, at Graham were visiting their families over r
whereby the Defense Supplies I Sunday. the week-end.
Corporation will absorb the extra The OPA established a wholesale During the first half of 1942 W. T. Clute realtor, 27 acres of Vanice and R. C. Keen of Jacksonville Thelma Prevatt

transportation costs for moving ceiling price on milk and cash income from farm marketIngs land on Road ,13' near Road 68. were visiting their h?m e In Jack returned to her J f
Into cream sold In bottles or totaled- $ ,733 million mother, Mrs. onvUle Sunday,
the AUanUc Seaboard areas paper; compared bins and Mrs. Raymond O. Overatreet here after
Wise spending
containers, at the distributor's with $4,012 million in the I Sunday. a week here with

Commerce the Defense Secretary Jones reported highest March level. The action same period last year the Agriculture who are being forced to move Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Norman and Z.her Z.uncle. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Plant Corporation Griffis.
was taken t o Department from their Kingsley Lake
will prevent, a price reported. In property children were visiting Mr. Mrs.
to finance a two-point "squeeze" on milk retailers by come from crops was up 36 per' are the purchasers, and will Mrs. J. C. Sapp at Sampson and Lake Brady Collins of Kingsley
program convert existing ateel some milk distributors. The Office cent and Income from livestock move their chicken farm there. Sunday. City was'visiting her aunt Mrs,
Z.
dry-cargo barges into tank bargesto set a ceiling price of four and livestock products was 48 The property has a quarter of a Mr. and Mrs F. S. Z. Griffis. Saturday.
transport oil, and Sapp at- Albert Dan'
to Improve cents a pound for waste kitchen percent greater. The Department mile frontage on Road 13, Mr. tended church at Pine Grlffl of this section: ,
existing
Inland Level and
waterways. The fats now being sold by housewives said a record volume of market- Clute stated. day and Sun- Joe Griffis of Clay County
were
Bureau dinner
National of Mines estimated the in the salvage program. Ings Is expected In the latter half Mr. Clute recently rented the Mr. and Mrs. Bob guests of made a buslnees trip to Gaines- and AmerW
gasoline villa
demand Halalop.
July. August and September will for Price Administrator Henderson of 1942. Total cash Income from Boyd Holloway place Dr. O. L.Haynes' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Raulerson of Mrs.MODday. Pastrie'Fresh
Richard
farm marketings during 1942. In- cottage, an apartmentfor Jacksonville Clark and chll-
be about 17 cent less established a 60-day were In this
per than In temporary section dren.'Juanita
cluding government S. R. Johns, and a and Mary Lola Mr Fro
cottage Saturday
the corresponding period last celling on wholesale and retail paymentspayments afternoon. and Mrs. Daily
probably will and an apartment for Dr. M. B. Mrs. Wilmot Brown and chi l.
lamb
prices, at the exceed Audrey Stearns
year eliminating the necessity for highest levels Mrs. T. dren of p
a large winter accumulation of charged by each seller during the 14,5OO million, the report said. Ma Herlong, a houan for Mrs. Annie N. Norman and Mrs. E. S. Sapp guests of Hellbronn Mrs. were dinner 10 A. 1\1.\ rill 9

stocks. period July 2731. The temporary RATIONING Kemper, and three apartments were visiting at the home of Mr. day Mary Brown Sun- suncW
for Mrs. E. J. Except
and
Dowling
i Mrs.
FUEL OIL SHORTAGE tive ceiling August on 10,lamb prices, effec The outlook for obtaining sugar all in Starke. .Also an apartment day of last Bob week.Crawford Wednes Irs. Clyde Hall and children '
places
President Roosevelt issued a jor meat Item every ma supplies from the Caribbean has for C. A. Pangborn a house for Miss Iris Conner of of Theressa are spending this SABJNEBAKER
except "taken Lake
statement that every user of fuel under government poultry a turn for the worst" because Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rose, and an was visiting Miss Butler week here with relatives.
and price regula of submarine warfare and : apartment for lira E. V. Dorothy Nor Mrs. Dan Boree and
heating oil on the East tions. the Stucky man Sunday afternoon. sons, Har
Coast "should face realistically President Roosevelt amount of shipping diverted -all In Keystone heights "The Mr. and Mrs. J. old and Doyle, of Jacksonville

the fact that there can be no : pi ess conference there are told three his The to war Office purposes asked, the sugar OPA refiners said over total $700"amount. Mr of rentals Clute *stated.was well visiting Crawford at of the bedside S. Sapp of were Bob were Grltfls vl8ltlnc Sunday.( Mr' and Mrs. cA- 312 W. CaB SLaW

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Forest Fires he had previously lost others of BROOKER Velma Norman of Vanderbilt and B
the Florida State
same herd. He looked arounda I Farm NewsBy
Ping bit Arch Thomas, Jr., and Lucian!
and found two cows Ry :Mr. KUIon Hardy ,
Now Than Ever and drove them Into Mrs SteveBrannen's Conner of Starke were visiting

lot to load them. One E. R. ou\ler BRIDGE CLUBMrs. Mr and Mrs. Purvis Hazon and Mr and Mrs. Ray White and family
son of Hampton were visiting his of Gainesville Sunday after
forest all : of them became a source of real P.
from owners, and who visit the forest E. Stubblns entertainedthe
eased danger trouble BOY SCOUTSA parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. noon. While there they made a
the serious prob- to follow the following forest and worry-just couldn'tbe regular meeting of the Thurs Devil's
of and committee Ilazen Sunday. pleasure trip to Mlllhop-
joint troop
one brought Bradfarmers fire prevention creed: managed, even with his day Bridge Club last week. Quantities -
e war has brother meeting of Boy, Scout Troop 104 Mrs C. J. Crews and Donald per
and forest ONLY while, halted In a safe Chester W. B. Lazenbyand of roses! and varl-cniorad! son
aunty the Brannen him. was held Monday! night at the have returned home after a Mrs. J. W. Knight and children
Agent L. T. place completely cleared of dry boy helping zinnias were used In the dining
era, County or inflammable material.I So Reddish began the Wild West club house. At this time the and living room. Mrs. Stubbins visit with Mr. and Mrs Hurry and Mrs. Ellen Barber and chil-

Inll out.t > who were WILL break all burned stuff-lassoing. The cow would charter for 1942 was presented by made the unique tallies thereby Baxter and piiildrcn, Mr. and dren have returned to their homesIn
year people he Rev. L. A. Shepherd, committee Mrs. Tom Baxter of Jacksonville Jacksonville after spending several -
pose; would lasso directly
170,000 fires In matches In two before I throw (aiming saving enough for Defense Stamps
started chairman and Supt. L. F. Chapman Mr days of last week here with
and
and Mrs Baxterof
of for Grady
woodlands and them away and WULL NEVER course at her horns); a Galloping Goose prize which
farm addressed the and ask rt'lallvell"hUe here
and boys Baldwin they CAn-
enough to buy two throw pipe tobacco cigar butts she would Jump and he would was won by Mrs. L. F. Chapman.
fortresses a day. be points or' cigarette stubs Into brush catch her by the tall. This made ed that they sponsor an "all out"drive Mrs. J. M. Hitch won high while W. H. Hayes was the guest last ned a 'large winter supply of .,
of all kinds here. various fruits and
S"year have the usual leaves, or pine needles.I bad matters emphatically worse for scrap Mri H. M. Rlcharde won bingo. week of his uncle and aunt Mr. vegetables'
we
careless fires plus WILL, scrape away all Inflammable The cow bellowed and fought Plans were laid Immediately by Ice cream and cake were served and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and son, Edwin Torode of Starke was

from such as material before build furiously. Chester decided the the new scoutmaster and their by the hostess. Enos Jr., at their summer cottage visiting Levy Norman on business '

wartime dangers only logical thing to do was to program gets underway at once. on Kingsley Lake. Monday afternoon
labor..hortace.e ing a campfire then build It In
arsonletS "sick the ole bull Bryan Whitfteld\ retiring scoutmaster Mrs. P. E. Stubblns and Mimes Mr. and Mrs. I* L. Renfrne and
dog on her.
of war a hole dug In the center of this ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of
increased tempo He did!! Results-the bull dog was appointed as a mem- Mary Jo and Lila Ray Caldwell Gainesville were visiting Mr. and son, Samuel, spent Saturday night

was almost killed and ran for ber of the troop committee and went to Keystone Heights Saturday Mrs. N. C. Molt and children and In Lake City at the bedside of <,

reless matches aid the Axis dear life when he did find an Frank Yanarlsv Jr., has assumedthe for a swim. Mr. and Mrs Herchcl LayfleM the baby son of Mr. and Mrs r

opportunity. During this bull dog duties of scoutmaster, having Mr. J. F. Williams of Trenton and son Sunday. Herbert Norman, The baby is

scene the Brannen boy decidedto formerly been In command of the spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs.J. Mien Agnes Lewis of Corinth seriously 111 with lung trouble and

seek shelter, *o-he Jumped Into Sea Scouts on the East Coast. M. Hembree. Mrs. Hembree was the week-end guest of Miss the doctors have not yet been able "

the barn and pulled the door shut. Other committeemen present were accompanied her mother on her Mandy Matt to diagnose the case. "

a M He was compelled to stay there Rev. Shepherd and W. N. North. return for a stay of several days Miss Abble Jean Keene of Fort Mr. and Mrs F. M. Norman .

$ f M for a spat and when the all-clear JImmie Bradley was made Patrol Miss Owendolene Belts ofFacevtlle. Myers Is visiting! her brother and Mrs. Frank Norman and Mrs

signal Leader of the Eagle Patrol and Ga.. Is Tate Crosby were visiting In Jacksonville
t t sounded he came out "red visiting her sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. C .
+ as a beet and beat It for the Jimmie Godwin leader of the uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr*. J. Keene and daughter Carol. Saturday.

house." Before the readers guess Flaming Arrow Patrol. The meet- W. Moncrief. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell of Water Oak Church has organized .
t ;, -let your Inform Ing was adjourned by repeatingthe Mr. and ( a new Sunday school which
correspondent Mrs. Tyus and sons, Mlrnnopy were visiting! friends i
you-Chester, Red and B. were Scout Oath and Laws, Kenneth and Harold were visitorsIn and relatives here Sunday begins each Sunday morning at (,

up In the truck with the tall gate Mrs. F. W. Edward, Mrs. Lake City Monday. Miss Myrtle Thomn of Graham ten o'clock. Visitors are welcome Ito
; come and
'all
participate at
S fastened securely. Moore, her companion of Melrose Mr. and Mrs J. H. Moncrief, Is the guest of her grandmother, times and "
who
v Something had to be done! Mrs. Alice Thomns.Mrs. every one can 'Is
Junior Moncrief I
and Miss Vallle Grace of Savan- Kenneth nuked to become
member
a What? No Well- J. P Roberts a
suggestion Mrs. S. Roberts
-
nab, Ga., were guests of Mr. and Tyus and Gwendoline Betts spent Mr. and Mrs. L. L Norman
Here she came from behind the Mrs a. B. Feagle and buss I
Mrs M. E. Griner Thursday and Sunday afternoon a t Keystone spent Sunday night In Lake
te barn and found Chester's hat ly Heights Beach. Juanita Feagle were shopping in City
u Friday. with relatives,
$ ing In the middle of the lot. She Gainesville Monday afternoon. I
Miss Betty McRae of McIntosh I Mrs. M. E. Griner Mis.. L. F.
bowed up bellowed and made a MIMI Martha Lee Rhlmes spent
kv Is visiting her grandparents Mr.and Chapman Mrs. J. G. Godwin a",1Mrs. r
% high dive. Remember readers Tuesday In Starke with friends
,4 Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. P. D. Fnncher spent Tuesday
I ttr Chester didn't Interfere either- and relatives.Mr. Sentinels
,af Said he: "Didn't want the ole Mrs. Roy Fisher and Mrs* chopping In Jacksonville. and Mrs. Wesley Roberts

; Y ',1?Pu hat. no how." She practiced I Bryan Whitfield went to Jacksonville Mrs. R. N. Dukes went to Jack and son of Worthington Springswere of .Health.

? sp sonville Friday to visit her cousin
r4 (they thought for hours) loaning Friday shopping, but especi- visiting friends here Mon
/ and pawing the hat until Reddish ally to meet Miss Francine Fisher, Mrs. J. C. Cole day afternoon. Don't Neglect Them I
Miss Idalou Davis of Nature d"'lnocilha' .kidney la da a
Starke
who five
has weeks
visitingin WAS
jti Eaf, began a new device. He had no spent "....Iou.Job. Th. t...k I.! la b...,h.
alternative but to back the truck North Carolina, Washington the guest Friday of Mary Jo and VANDERBILT rinfmb'h': : : hat of an mtamum of
Lila I not ol living-li/.
Caldwel1.Anolhel' .
D. C. and Baltimore. She was Ray
bI; into the lot. He dreaded this and fly Mica alma Norman (...,/-!. toniuntly produrlat wuta
believe It or not, he persuaded also a guest at an Annapolis party of Farm residents l. irmtttr the kids.ya' mu( remove Iron f
the blood 1C I on,1 h.ath !I. to .ndurw.Wh.n .
Brother Ches to be the chauf dance-the dream of every young shopping ut Jacksonville SCHOOL" : OI'KNHVandorbllt the kidney Ull to luamlov a.

feur. Red took the "chance 0: girl. Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. school opened Mon- Nature.. that latndd may Peas.tb... hody-wld I I. rotontlo.dl..0'wu. I

his life" and ran for the truck. Little Kay Partney, who has Shepherd, Mrs. W. N. North and day, a month later than I I.* the tr... On* : baokMh.

Here he perched up on the side been ill for the past ten days, In Miss Ruth Hel' htlel
like a typical westerner and Improving.Mr. Friends of Mrs. Marion Crews of about 43 pupils. The uadr. the *,. .-.** find nvrvvu. ,.all

resumed his lassoing-this timeto and Mrs.'Vance Geiger and regret to know that she Is quite children say they enjoyed'the worn PraiiiMat out.' MaRty .or bumlof P>MIMr
EVENT FOREST FIRES splendid success. When the son, Bradley of Jacksonville spent 111. extra month of vacation but are utiKtlmio further. **;iaaa. ol kldy -
5* Ol bladder tMurb *r*
cow found she was captured she the week-end with Mrs. Gelger's Mrs. Lynwood Watts and little glad to be back In school again./ Th rocainlMd and pro a trtiMatto

J The millions of feet of cleared space. ran around a poet until she was parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brad son, Lynwood, Jr.. have returned C'KMETKRYOltKIVO: :: ft*dluratl rid of .......*.*.*'.10.1.pnlso.ou.hIp.body tk.klda.y wt.
choked completely down and then ley. from visiting relatives !in Dun. Vmm 0-..'. Pill Tb.y kav hd more
fire Is needed I WILL smoke in the woodsI There will be a cemetery wotk-
I destroyed by Ibis forty yr*l publl approval. Ar*
the three "cow fastened nellon.
barracks*, WILL put out campfires be- punchers" Bryant Redding, who left here Ing at the Dyal Cemetery Friday adanad. In* ouuntry o...r.Z lariat oa
homes army her with Mr and Mrs. L. .'. Hold. .U
more securely two sometime ago to do radio repair R. Bristol write >M at drill atom
ds, and other war uses. fore I leave-stir the coals while August 7, and every one who can
more ropes. She managed to getup work in Jacksonville has returned that they are sleeping under three
1 them with water wet the Is asked to come and bring their
the equipment destroyed soaking ;
rather quickly and poor Ches to resume his old post here blankets at Blue Ridge N C. tools. DOANS Pi US
I around the fire make
cannot now be replaced. ground ;
seemed to be her object of re- Doris Moncrief Is spending two We truly envy them these hot
I millions o/ hours' of manlit certain the last spark Is dead.I .
venge. The shortest!! way to safety weeks at Camp Immokalee. nights. Misses Marrle Reddish. and
took to put out last WILL NEVER burn trash In was the best, so he jumped -

{forest and farm woodland windy weather or without plenty for the truck-looking back- ,- of 1

needed i this year to pro-! of help.I course in order t o gauge his

lood, tanks planes and WILL put out any small firesI speed then suddenly his feet became I {

Tor victory. ; find or report them AT ONCE entangled with each other. JUNK

pty Agent Dyer and, the by telephoning the ranger or fire Down, went Chester! His eyes
of Bradford County are '
warden. popping from his head.
tin; with the Forest. Scribe t
.
Old Bossy seemed Id Stake advantage l
DepartmentoT'Agrl-* ,I WILI* remember that a,burning 'of Chester's predicament 'I' t

J and other agencies 'in af match, a glowing cigarette .
and did she "double time? Until
wartime forest fire pre- or a smouldering campfire can be Red proved himself a perfect

)campaign with the slogan Just! as dangerous as an incen- hero. He checked her Just before needed for War

a i matches aid the Axis." diary bomb that careless she reached the spot where Ches- L

irges farmers, forest land- matches aid the Axis. ter HAD been-he had rolled

over several times-not botheringto

get up and run.since the dirt

LNew River News was so nice and soft and clM>l. I -

__ __ ,
O. W. Andrews was selling beef
01II
cattle In Lake this week.
Jae le Lee Lazenby RECORD BREAKER City
Mrs. M. L. Johns has been con
ItWhat's
Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Is a suc-
L BEGINS: and she fined to her bed this week but is
cessful poultry raiser FA
I opened Monday with 57 specializes in white leghorns. This up and able to be walking in the t

and more are planning to years' pullets have outgrown and house.E. .-. -

IS week. The four prl- laid earlier than any she has ever A. Sapp and family enjoyeda I, ,

ades, with Mrs. Cleo An- raised. They began laying at ex- brief, visit from their nephew .o ,

AS teacher have 32 and 13 Pfc. Jack Sapp who Is at homein -
pupils actly four months days ,
Mrs. Jessie Lee Lake Butler. Jack la enjoying it good for?
> Lazenby old. The first day they laid one

la the four upper grades.are the next three and then they a brief furlough before he leaves "Can tanks and maybe
for an unknown destination. Jack ,
new
two-way rollerfor began Increasing gradually.
the windows was first stationed In Ft. Ben- I i I
which part of a plane"In
If life savers these trop- JOHNS' STORE ANNEXM. nlng and then later In California.

'I" L. Johns is building a 12x12 Hubert Priest, M r s. E. C. _ _

foot extension on th'e back of his Priest and Mrs. Fred Francis IIIi

POME PLANS store. The new annex Is the same visited Mra. Priest's sister Mrs

and Mrs. Troy Dukes are width and height of the original W. B. Hollingmvorth! of Ft. White

g: to build their new home building. Mr. Johns and his Sunday.

as all building material brother. Smith are doing the *

able Mr. Dukes has some work. GRAHAM

foundation the brick for Ity Mrs. L C. Smith

!ney and flues, and some .\I.LEN-TETSTONJo1 the attic and cellar of promptly. the full rate of production
Tetslone Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin I
her
Mr. and Mrs. George
material The house cannot be attained or increased! ; the JUNK MAKES
situated on the 'graded announce the marriage of their spent Sunday with the latter'sbrotherInlaw homes, in garage, tool sheds,
and ships cannot
ar the Rev. C. C. Butler'sna daughter, Rubye to Pfc. Vanny and sister Mr. and lot of Junk1 necessary tanks, gun, FIGHTING WEAPONS '
and farm is I
almost opposite the Jack Allen, on July 18. The Mrs. W. L. Phillips in Jackson on a be produced

1 of God. Mr. Dukes stated ceremony was performed by ville. They were accompaniedhome which i* doing! no good where it The rubber situation i is also critical. In .6 On. old radiator

tllng the necessary ma- Judge J. R. Townsend In the Alma by theh' little neice, Miss it but which i*needed at once to spite of the recent ruober drive!, there is ;''I I will provide \k
s Phillips ,
his biggest problem In Lake Butler courthouse Only a need for 1 quantities of ant nd- / '
continuing large I' crap:
I II
few close relatives! witnessed the Mr. and Mrs. Drew Walker and help smash the Jap and Naze.a rubber.Also for o\herwaate materials .d lug' .venlu" I
of
son Virgil Macclenny were scrap
C marriage.Mrs. .30 olibc rirU*..
Priest1 ''f.
bath room Is visiting Mrs. Walker's mother and metals like brass, copper, zinc,
completion now. They Allen wore a very becomIng silk- Mrs. Arthur Broughton Sunday. Scrap iron and steel for example. Old lead and tin.America j
blue
"nmer of
Navy
| Sailor dress
al Hn-t over before white accessories. Rev. L. G. Hemingway I ofSta..ke radiators, J lengths of pipe, refrigerators, active assistance On old lawn.ml hUh.hw ill
touches I with needs .
are applied crepe your help m.k are *
his| native of States- filled his regular appoint- garbage pails,broken garden tools...
'past 100 degrees" Mr. Allen Is 'a ment at the Baptist Church Sun- in rounding up these materials. The
r Perslnts In hanging on. boro, Ga., but has been residing It may be rusty, old "scrap" to you Junk which you collect is bought by

Delma Southerland spent for the past three years with his day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and but it is actually refined steel with industry from scrap dealers at established

|*- 1111> S. Bonn, Bobby most government-controlled price On
<1I Ft. Jackson
Ina is stationed at
Forsythe. I the Mrs. Andrew Gaudloso were quickly melted with new metal in the llr. will" pro. V V V V

RY business In Gainesville Will you help? vlil* a* much M Mrubb.r tfqualityateelforourwarmachine.
WORKING C.Mr. to live transacting form of pig .iron to produce highest y .
e I Is and Mrs.\ Allen plan Monday. Fir t-collect all your waste material .. is i :*

Thursday a Crews ,Cemetery in Ft. Jackson until after the ],(r. and Mrs. Clarence Melton and pile it up. I and| in 12 IU 'V V Vmaaka. Y
I and a basket war, when they will live In States- Nation relied I
Even in peacetime our
'NUl and Cecil and Donald and .
L be carried I eons Then-sell it to a Junk dealer give it
the A
by
boro. '"
Tom Gay of Starke attended on scrap to provide about SQ% of the '
the
>SSt : I BIRTH ANNOUNrE3IKNTMr. church services here Sunday.Mr. raw material for steel. Now production to. charity take it yourself to } On*old.ho..t will hlp I

IdV*CCreen,Ol'd were and brOther and Mrs. Fonnle Crews and Mrs. Ancll Normanand of steel has gone up, up' UP, until nearest collection Local Salvage point,Committee.or get in touch } nwk. 4 hand Ir...*..*.. tJ'fIiI.
visiting with
Eaton- children of Hellbronn Springswere your
Eamle who are now residing In today America is turning out as much .
Southerday. town N. J., sent announcementsto visiting MI' and Mrs. R. steel aa all the rest of the world com If you live on a farm, consult your s

and 3.lrs. T- H. friends and relatives sere that M. Johnson Sunday. County War Board or your farm implement MATERIALS NEEDED '
,
I Sheppard Services began Mon- bined.
In Ft. White they have'an 8 1-2 pound boy. Revival dealer,
nnls, the Sunday, and who arrived July 30. His nameIs day evening at the Christian But unless at least 6000.000 additional iron and steeL t :
d latter'S father.I Nyles Don. Church with Rev. Clayton, State tons of scrap steel is uncovered Throw YOUR scrap into the fight! Scrap 1

'toobeen' VIsIting home with them secretary and Evangelist of Other metals of all kinds. j

there In charge. The meetingswill

rid k' bfra ot Trilby. B. H. Dennis and THREE Reddish MEN Andrew.ANDlt decided COW the Tampa continue for a week. Everyone nit mswg. approved by Contervcrtion Div/l on Old rubber. :

lot the tormer's were recent other day that he ;wouW round Is welcome.Mr. McKenzie BOARD Rags, Manila rope, burlap bags. I
brother- and Mrs. Mack WAR PRODUCTION
and in
Mater bla cattle that grazed over :
r! btr and Mrs. up of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. Waste Cooking Fats-sir.in into a

A.elt.P Union County-just farm-and: across New see and Mrs. J. H. Surrency Sunday. TrWs oJvrtium
II visiting IOOre of Coral River from his progressing and Mrs. Annie Ward and daughter fr.pr.Mnt.i0 anJ Wleh funds prov Wiidb y pr ea/pR of feodinp;. usSriof eo*<.rn .J mor. >.ll to jroar meet dalr. :
friends| and rel- how they were Mrs. E. Strickland and Mrs. Carl
're' afro. if they were free of screw worms. NEEDED ONLY IN CERTAIN LOCALITIES. I'
Moore business
'
transacting
will be
red aa Gertrude Ci-ews. When he arrived about where Jones!in Melrose were last week. L. T. DYER, Chairman W*.l*paper and tin can*,aa annuuncad locally.

Prtelt they usually slept he discoveredone Mr. and Mrs. Mack McKenzie NOTNIDED.nW.tio.fkuwbLldeestarFOR ) .
and brother Lee lying dead near a tree which LOCAL SALVAGE COMMITTEE
'Y1nr and Mrs. J. H. Surrency were
W. o. t vacation with a lightning had struck. So he con visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Pad-
20
al Priest n th* Rock cluded that he bad better get the Alachua Sunday. INFORMATION l'ifOVE-STAitKE ,
River in
remainder of them back home for gett







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII, craxK>v. FLORIDA FRIDA\
PAOR FOUR .Ar....
"llf!

Miss Ida Lee Silcox dentally. Sgt. Reese is stationed Two Fish Suppers Married In ;

II" SOCIETY and CLUBS at Maxwell Field Hear Ruth joyed-Recently Lake Butlet
Weds Lem Jr.
Ifi .'hh.j .( Hughes, an' Jack Scanlan will take up Dempsey Clark

residence In the Windy City be- A fish supper was held on Alma Newsom St"t.
Miss Ida Lee Sllcox, daughterof I.. M. LaWleJ
.
Bridge-Luncheon Mrs. Brownlee Hostess Three WSCS Circles fore so very long Hampton Lake Thursday after- Tommy : l
Mrs Emily Pender of Starke, Gaines is defense workln' in Jax'villa noon of last week In honor of Edna Mae

: For Club Members Friday AfternoonAt Met Monday AfternoonMrs. and Lem Hughes Jr., son of Lem Add hard luck stories: Mrs C. D. Addison, of Ocala, who 25. NewlJOm 4W,

and Mrs. Bridge Party I. P. Shepherd was hostess Hughes of Wauchula were married N. T. Ritch (now an expert wel was the guest of her sisters Mrs.
Mrs 1. F. Chapman
''k' at Ansonvtlle, N. C., on Fri der) had ju...' been transferred to W. L. Andrews and Mrs. T. C. N
O
((1 A. Z. Adklns entertained at from a Mrs. J. W. Brownlee entertainedat Monday afternoon to Circle One day July 24. Macon. Ca. an' had hardly settled Chastaln. Others enjoying: the TlCg

bridge luncheon Wednesday bridge Friday afternoon at I of the Woman's Society of Christian Mrs. Hughes was married In alight In the hotel when the durned supper were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Notice lg hereby
at the
rr"r j ten until two o'clock giver
i i Kingaley Lake place of Judge and 3:30: o'clock at ber home on West Service of the Methodist blue silk jersey dress with thing b-srned down, sabotaging Wynn! Mr. and Mr. P. S. Denmark Board of County Co

t1r 1 p Mra. Adkins. Washington Avenue. Roses and Church. The guests were comfortably which she wore beige accessories all his clothes! Hear Hazel BrownIs W. L. Andrews and son of Bradford County, F10

? c r used seated on the north Mr. Hughes Is an employe of so much In love with her Blan- Ronald T. C. Chastaln S. G. Denmark hold a meeting !ln t
zinnias ill
Soon after the guests arrived many colors of were screened porch where a numberbeautiful the Post Exchange at Camp Blan- ding (Signal! Corps) Job she B. F. Renfro Mrs. Arch Commlssionen Roo

? I ? the hosesses. served the conclusion ref reebinCocaColaa. of g In making| the home more at. of potted plants were ding and ,Is now with the troops wonders why she spent those Thomas .and son, Delano, andLeaaton County Court Houle?

t At tractive. used aa decorations on maneuvers in North Carolina three longyears in Tallahassee Wynn. clock A. M. September
ti p several of It .
41 progressions bridge D. 1942 ;
} y Wall found that Mrs W. B. After several progressions, It Mm. W. O. Halle led the devotional Upon their return to Florida for the PUrJlOle
lag
4 4 Sewell had made high for club was' found that Mr. J. E. Wilson service using as her subject they will visit Mrs. Pender before ii:r. and Mrs. W, L. 'Andrew complaintsagents from

"Study to be quiet." The going to make their new beat of fishermen have entertained Thursday night of last of Real Eat&1e
:members and Wall given a bath had madehigh, and aa a prize Even the Property or p
i 1i program waa taken from the home in Wauchula.. week at their new homo the Value
,: set; the guest prtxe a beautiful she was presented with a beau their "off days Hear Hollls on Bolt been fixed or '"
,t "u vase was given to Mrs. Fred Guy; the) World Outlook and thorn'giving Knight worked hard all weekendan' Lake with a fish. cupper. Those of by the CAUSE!,

4 r and as a bingo"prize a miniature tiful vase. In bingo game a ,review were Mrs.. Will, Blair Junior Woman's Club didn't get but one bite i 1., enjoying the feast were }.II'.' and Board.By Taxes. and accepts

Yy n crystal dish was given to Mrs Mrs. I.. F. Chapman won and was Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. W. E. Even then the line broke leaving Mry. ,A. J, Thomas and family

T { H. C. Ritch. rewarded, with a' bud,v_. Mlddleton, and Mrs. Shepherd The Junior Woman's Club will his bait (a 25c Sear's special) In Mr, and Mrs. T. C. Cb..talndr., order of tie I

{ t Luncheon via served buffet The'-h08tes. served 'a tempting Tfee'circle chairman Mrs. Middle- ) Wednesday, August 12. at 8 the fish's mouth. But 0 Mr. Bass and.Mrs.. a. j"' ton, presided over. a brief business p. m. In'the club building. Hostesses to show he was no cheap fish, S. O. Denmark Mr. Moore Mrs. County Florid., iT
'd style from a long table on the chicken salad course to the following day of
session, and at this time arrangements for the evening are: Miss came up and threw the lure In a Chambers Mr. and Mr*. BurrJoneq ; July A. D, hut
I dining porch where a profusionof guests: Mrs. K. O. Duncan Elizabeth Joiner, chairman. Mla 1* A-
ti'I were made to t and J.
flowers Inballketll. puflower. tree Hollls says he was never Ronald Andrews., Thoma,
summer arranged
I Mrs. E. L. Matthews Miss Frances Mrs. Fred and
i v in the church during the Peek. Guy so mortified In his life an' thinks NOTICE op
y bowls and wall vases, Madge Middleton, Mrs. Junlus M. month of August. Mrs. Middle- Mrs. J. R, W lnwrlg'ht. Insultedby Miss TAx APPLIC 01NOTicu
}, the fish must have been Steele ComplimentedMiss Dggg
were used for decoration.
r Ill( 4 Smith, Mrs. R. A. Weeks. Mrs ton invited the circle to meet at the cheap bait '. Children Bill III
Guests included: Mrs L. D. Yin- O. L. Beaaley, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, her home for the September That. Dire, IS "tRERr
Ellen
Learn When Dorothy Steele of Jeenntte
Young
to meet with her In September. Dept.: youth
ing, Mra. W. B. Sewell Mrs. H. Mrs. E. W. Griffin of Jackson- holder of Tax D.
The delicious ful Butch Smith "Gua" (Mrs Gainesville was complimented 'HHued Cert111G4 k
hostess served sees by the
r, ll C. Rltcb. Miss Madge Middleton vllle Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. I* Mrs. Shepherd served meet-I lemon N. his her cousin Mrs. Guy Sale Thursday U3+. has fifed iS."?Iall
;) Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. Mrs. Junlus D. Vining, Mrs. I F. Chapman sherbet and pound cake to ) Sternberg approach I and, ha. mad 1111}
'I M. Smith, Mrs. Joe Cottrell. Mrs. of the State Farm.* Mrs. T. C. peach Ice cream and the twelve guests. present. house be runs for the bridge evening by being the honor lea deed to bo '"aDDllretla"ued ,
: ..
J. W. Kincald. Mrs. K. G. Dun Smith and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. cake. Circle Number Three table and a deck of cards! guest at a bridge party. The d certificate...orlbed property mbrw" IhVT r,

I" S Cart, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mr. O. I Circle Number Two Mrs. Hogan Smith was hostessto Quick work: Foster Shi Smith home of Mr. and Mrs. Sale was ', Bradford. Slat of/Flonjp-1.
Mrs. E. S Matthews was hostess (new BHS principal) started his bright'with decorations of choice o .Sts 8, 4 or Ink II,
L. Haynes. Mrs. Fred Guy. Mrs. Swimming Circle Three at her home in TruDy Ie Co'. Sub Lo"
t, Walton. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Party to Circle Two at her home on N. Sampson City where summer house 14 days ago and it's already roses; rlnnlaa and batchelor but' NFV, s."".28 T"p, 11 Dt,ft.11 01 .

; ; ), r Mrs E. L. Biggs Mrs. C. A. For Young PeopleMrs. Walnut St. Potted plants and flowers were used to make the ready for the sheet rock tons.Soon arty The under a"8&.mont the or dna/; ,,
,
f Knight. bowls and vases of handsome living room more attractive. Professional carpenters, please after the. guests arrivedthe sued wa. In the sad name"l'\Ilt\
7w W. U Andrews had her zinnias were used for decorationin note Hear the Girl Scouts hostess served a delicious salad Hammett. 01
Soon after the arrival of the Unless Bald ,
Christian Endeavor class e rtlfcii| ,
out to the living room and are urgently in need of a leader redeemed
km? Jerry Johnathan receptionhall. course and Coca-Colas. At according Ti
Moore Jr. guests the hostess assisted by u
( her home Friday afternoon for
a property described
They
3 After swimming ber little daughter Joan Smith nave energy ambition the close of the game it was found old to the hlghMt h biddi
I Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Moore of swimming party. In the absence of the circle and Mrs. Charles Temple served uniforms -everything but a that Miss Betty Green bad made courthouse door on the fir

l Starke announce the birth of a and game contests a table chairman, Mrs. O. C. Powell the tempting light refreshments. grown-up to guide 'em Some high and as a prize she was day .In which the le month the ot
I was out the 7tb
et son Jerry Jonathan :Moore Jr.. lawn spread on spacious meeting was in charge of Miss Mrs. W. B. Sewell conducted one la missin': a good opportunityto presented a cream sachet; as acon.olaUon t.1942 m er. 'un, 41'

b I' In the Alachua County Hospital cookies, and and lemonade sandwiches cakes Olive Ray. The devotional service the devotional service using a perform a noble deed And havea prize, A handkerchief 9U.Dated thla lIb day .tftOFFICIA

on Friday. July 24. ed. Those were the serv:. was conducted by Mrs. J. lesson! from the "Upper Room". swell time doin' it Howe was given to Miss Frances Op- / !. SEAL) A.J
Mrs. Moore and enjoying party W. White who used about a volunteer says your (ex To Clerk of the Circuit Court
: young son returned were: Doris Payne Ruth Slbley, aa her subject Mra. E. L. Matthews ably reviewed partners the honor guest ford County. Florida
11
4 to their home here Sun Grace Dickerson Lee Jones Rob- "Spiritual Health". The last the last chapter in the study Girl Scout) Miss Steele, the hostess gave a

day. ert Lee Payne Ronald Andrews, chapter In "Our Times", entitled book "Our Times". Mrs. Sewell. Carolyn.. Revelon 8et..Enjoylng. TRAIN 8CHKDCU

1 ;}1 1ef Rex Brooking. Truman Dicker- "New Testament Mileposts on the circle chairman conducted the the evening with Mrs Southbound
Way of Love", Baptist Circles No. 1 (local) dueSU*
was reviewed business
: son, Earl McGruder, and Merrill by meeting and variousmatters Sale and Miss Steele were: MIsaes
: GET THE Cohen. Mrs. Andrews Wall assisted Miss Ray. During the businesssession were discussed also offerings Hold Regular MeetingsCircle Gayle and Virginia Sewell Emmie PM.No.
Mrs. L.. D. Green actedas taken for local and state Lola 191 (Miami) dllt
S EFDY SURE by Miss Joan Jones and Mr,. Kelly Elmore Betty and 10:38: PM
secretary pro-tern; and a liberal 1 work.
-
Fred Carolyn Green
Dodd ,
RFl/ff fORACDh class. In entertaining her collection waa taken for local Mrs. Foster Sbl Smith was cord No. 2 of the Baptist. W. I Lanier, Frances Madge Opperman Wbfgham.AUne No. 108 (local) due SIt
work also the M. U., met at the home of Mrs o AM.
on state
pledge. dially welcomed as a new member Frances Peek Marguerite
\\INWG ST10NREXSO Mrs. L. S. Hutto Invited the L. H. Jennings Monday after Deyo- Northbound
Carol Jeanine circle of the'circle. rlo and Kettle Williamson.gins .
McRaeMr.
I
noon with 11 members and five No. 2 (local) due S*'

Sflt and Mrs. Donald McRae visitors present. I an article on "Sons and AM.No.
The devotional and 192 (through) dot
announce the birth of a little the pro Daughters of our Missionaries." .
h Carolyn Callstreet gram were led by Mrs. R. A. 8:23: AM.
BISM&Carpenter's
daughter Carol Jeanine on Mon Gifts for the Sunshine Bag de-
Thomas using No. 108 (through) dm
day. August 3, in St. Luke's Hospital "Sacred aa her topic nated by the thrcircles of the 8:43: PM.

in Jacksonville. Mr. and .. Guardianship". She gavea W. M. U., were given at' this
No.
reading from Home 44 (through) dui
Mrs. McRae are pleasantly locat- Look like In the Missions time. Circle No.3. of which
everyone nation's the tiny tots are becomln' de. followed 3:28: PM.
by
prayer by Mrs. W. J.
Drug Store ed In an apartment at the home fense-minded ., Judy Green Epperson. Mrs H. ti Brownlee Is an activemember Reservation train

of Mrs. S. S. Dowllng. Goln' away on swell vacations, tells) playmates they can't ride Miss Lola Newsome gave her a lovely bed Starke and M
gave an Interesting jacket.
Except me. her tricycle 'cause she has to No. 101 leaves Starke f

Aw ..eel save the rubber tires! .' See course at account the Deland of the study After all_ business Wall transacted No. 102 arrives Su*

Charles (State Road Assembly Mrs.,, Harrell served '
THELMA'S PLACE Dept.) Busby and Miss June delicious PM.
'SeUMe me if I strike a despondent an' a popular blonde doin. the the Harding told of ice cream and cake. Dally except Sind,

chord folks But who nightspots frequently Can'tdecide general program carried out .. P .
DANCING EACH EVENING could stay cheerful with' practically there. The reports of officers 'l

t I'( ( Till '12 O'Clock'I I everyone"leaving(, town,. butyour's serious whethecthey're or, ju.I': enjoy bavin'r. ally a and rime-chSrmenwere beard ..at this ..c':: if T T"' .. ,, .. r Tnl""

iI truly 'Maxlne Noegel, good In good '
time .
company
,
BEER ON TAP is the epitome of enthusiasm over After the meeting had closed

CLEAN FUN her Impending trek to New 'Jersey i with prayer by Mrs. Blanchard CifLOUR .
GOOD FOOD deer Sara
Barefoot entertained Law the
Leila Mundy and Jacq hostess served ice cream .
4 EVERYBODY WELCOME Andrews already in New York with a buffet super Sattiday and cake.

City where they joined "Gua"Stemberr night, honorin' her house guests, The next meeting will be held

g' 2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave. and Nell Andrews Betty Darby an' Marilyn Vivens with Mrs. M. F., Hazen.
''
t Operated By Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ughtsey; and Son Hear Marjorie Colley la havln' a (Lake CIty-itesJ) Everything Circle No. 3 of the Baptist STORE IS PACKED WITH

hard time gettln' train reservations went off beautUullyven when W. M. U., met at the home of to,GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ALL OO
,; the lights went out, the Mrs.
for her near-future vacation guests V. B. Harrell Monday after- CASIONS.

Seems they're available for danced on nonchalantly to the noon with seven members present. WHAT'S MORE WE WILL WRAP
the 16th, but she strains of "Jersey: Bounce" ., The devotional was
STAY wanted to leave given by THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT
IN
FORM Seems
that George Flynn (Jr.) an'Enoa Mra.. Anne
the 12th And who remembersa ; Poyner. reading Ex. WRAPPING READY TO MAIL
I Hayes have a' lot to, learn 2: 1-9. After -
There's a special reason for year or so back when the railroads : when it comes ,to.the' art of buy- repeated the which Lord's the members .. IF IT IS FOR SOMEONE I W
were beggln for bizneasiYea Prayer in
you to Bowl here often! To verily ., Times do In' groceries ?< Hear they wentshoppin' unison.In STARKE WE WILL DELIVER IT

improve your skill In a modern change tother night an' purChased the absence of the circle FOR YOU
enuff provisions to feed a leader Mra. O. W.
social recreation of Alderman Mrs

But also to Improve or course.retain, Glad to Nee Rev. (Lt.) Frank Camp they'd..BlandIng only 1 Invited division six guests,,and P.business M. Barefoot presided..over the .WE ALSO CARRY, A FINE LINE:
Robinson session.
an' The
wife :Mary (ex- General OF GREETING CARDS
your fash ton-form Think of the
-sllmneaa, Starkeltes) back in town even starving Armenians collection was 92 cents; collected

posture and poise. Make regular if It waa jus' a pop call boy. r r. Nice to see on White Cross 25c:; collected on

Bowling a health habit Seems they're on their Mary Lucile (Torode) Sturgis the Love Fund for Mrs. Brlttain
} way to ,
Alabammy where Frank will be town Whit Here for a' visit In//I who Is a patient at the'Orlando Ca
Is
scnoolln at Fort I
Hospital
THE BOWLDROMKSTARKE a chaplain with the Army Air 300. rpenfe'j

i corps in a pinch, he might "A Sacred Guardianship" was
take to the air himself Used Not.ao-mprry.Mbup: Lillian the topic to be discussed and

to be a flier you know 'Sa (Moseley) Keating left New Orleans Mru. H. A. Lawson .
C to visit her mother in gave an THE '.ta!& DRUG STORE
article
boy for Johnnie an' Pauline Red- on "Human Souls The Best

grave Congrats! Hear Starke jus about the time her Investment" and Mrs. Orle Wig-

Evelyn Ritch broke three rib.tryln' mother Starke Edith to visit Moseley Lll in Brown New left Orleans )--- ... .....,-. ---.- .- ------
to
brush down

cobb web while balancin an precariously elusive- route .an'. now They Lillian's crossed in paths Starke en- MARTIN FISH FIN 'I 96 Phone

on the edge of the bed at I
tit and
her Kingvley cottage '. Always the her mother Is probably on PROPELLORLATEST j
did think she took this house- way back; after dlscoverln'
the blunder ''. e
Glimpsed Muriel
I
cleanln blzness
too
.
seriously ,
FLAPROGRAM (Hall
)
Simpson addin'
Youngest a bit of
bride-of-the-week -
: Ida !
class
Lee Silcox who's sweet to the Park Theatre box .
fifteen
The office, with her brand new feather u
WEEK BEGINNING; SUNDAY AUGUST 9 Hughes Jr.happy, Isn't bridegroom.much more Lem bob Add other feather THING OUT

aged bobeea: Barbara Keen, Virginia
Sun.. Mon. Tues.-Aug. 9, 10 11 Sewell Della Rosenberg Add FOR BOAT PADDLING

"My Favorite Spy"With Spotted an' Jotted: Merry Beth much ado about hair-dos: The
sensation
caused
when Pee
Kay Kyser and His Band, Ellen Drew and Knight lookin' cool as a cucum- (Anlce) Green cut those Wee -
ber In her knee-
pretty red frock toslingls
Jane Wyman Dorothy ? length tresses A. First time dal.) s
Alvarez
ALSO NEWS newest addition they'd ever been The Fisherman's Friend
AND
SHORTS introduced
to the A ft P sales force Dot to tutees "
slmori .
an' Grace Green an'Lll Sternberg Chalk up another vic u test
Wed. Thurs. taktn their tory for the record-breakin' heat r., e1aP tMAt
Aug. 12. 13-DOUBLE FEATURE bowling the cool way fr
wave 0
-!In shorts Joe /t E wdSalt
No. "Johnny Noegel catch- EIV.EaY rs E {t D't t
Eager"With In' his -
up on flshln while the
SEE
Robert Taylor and Lana Turner boys are maneuvering; AI More Vacationer Lula Torode t Evf Y0ne''s"k

(Tic Toe Tap) Lozoff ver1 busy i and young son, Billy leave soon +

No. 2-"Gallant Lady" coin around gettln' folks to reg. I for a visit In Petersburg. Va. .'. L. M. GAINES e t M1tlNAg"EI
{
(t With Rose Hobart ana Sidney Blackmer ister for the city election Ed will join them later Hope t Eaton Powell Haynes jus' before {t
developln into an departin' for FOR
ALSO
NEWS FREE
expert soda jerker at USO No. 1 New York City to see the bright

) Jlmmle an' Beverly (Cady) lights with Georgia an' Joe Scan- DEMONSTRATIONS3HDXVAV
r ( Frl.. Sat. Aug. 14. 15-DOUBLE FEATURE Blacksbear here on a visit from lan Dot Green will week-end'

No. "Almost Miss Betty Anne Flynn an'Madge at Montgomery1.' Ala. inci r i
Married"Jan Brownlee "a a glENOrr

Fraxee, Robt. Falge. Eugene Pallette while 1Ih0W off walkln on air I.._',.....,'''"...............".........._.........._'. .___,_,,._............_...., .............. AEG
\ their new Girl .m--"' '"" """" ".....,,' ."'"''',"" ,. ":..'..,.;,, ..........
l No. 2 Scout uniform That autumn ( F Seje
"Lone
.
Rider & The Bandit"Starring .
green shade la >ai.r
4 ver' becomln ?
;) 100'
George Houston VPJOJd JV1S; f TSs

ALSO CARTOON AND SERIAL Soother girl (the fourth) for

\1 1ti' Frank an' Carleen Landrum I A

MIDNIGHT SHOW. SATURDAY: AUO. 15, 11:30 P. M. Hear Look Ruby out, Eddie Lilly has Cantor resigned! her. : 3NI Jiamafl i4

"Main Street Girl" position at BHS Charles

r Jean Carmen. Richard Adams, Geo. Eldredge Pender la out of the Marines be- SHOP

"' t ALSO SELECTED SHORTS caues of lingerin' injuries received /J nisi STARKE BEAUTY

lfld'' t. in that auto wreck ;years UlaD

t. .. ago .'' New Idea:, Josephine STARKE, FLORIDA

John's red snood with the varicolored -
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bows attached Even ensrs..-.. .. 96 Phone
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. BITS of LOCAL NEWS I ter.Mrs.Mrs.S. A.Milton Brlnson Brownlee and daugh Jr. AT t

and little Catherine Brownlee are I LOOKING! LAWTEV II IITOWER

1 at Myrtle Beach S, C.. where JL
Bertha T. Roane waa a N. Sternberg left the first of Roddy Struth has returned to they expect to spend several F. R. Carradine
the week for New York
yule visItor Tuesday. where he DeLand after a visit with his weeks.
will spend two weeks. grandmother Mrs. W. H. Struth,

K8ther Simpson is visiting and aunt. Miss Kate Struth. According to L. E. Hoch assist II..\S PHONEAt BAPTIST CIU'RCII METHODIST CHURCH

!in sarasota this week. Mrs. Shellie Hall and daughter ant resident engineer with the last the observation tower i Sunday Is "Mlitalonaiy Day" Rev< Herbert lUziard, Pa.st.or

Sharon and George Blair, spent Everett McKlnuey: student at FWA equipment for garbage disposal has a phone. Tuesday, always a for August. Every second Sun- Sunday School at 10
cotrell spent several Sunday at Eden Beach. the University of which day of surprises for us, produceda of
J, D. Florida spent was requested by the day the month l III thus observed -
IS week In Lee >urg.ellie Tuesday here with his parents, City some months ago has been telephone company employe and special emphasis is Morning Worship" at 11. Subject ',
Mrs. Bernice Opperman and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney. turned down by the Government.This with instructions to Install the placed upon various needy mls- "Contentment.
A. Hall and Mrs. B. Miss Frances Opperman spent equipment consisted of a service. So after a long long son fields of the world EVf'nlngVorahlp at 8:30. Subject

n spent Wednesday Inille. Monday In Jacksonville.Mra. Mra. E. S. Matthews left yester- truck and bulldozer etc. time and many disappointment As a special feature the church "Paul Removes the Opposition -
the tower will be work to His Preaching of the Cos
day for Orlando where put to
\' she will will have present and speaking at "
Titus Olson returned home visit! ber son-in-law and daughter ),Ir. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds doing Its part. All observers with all four services, Miss Frances pel. f
ds here of Mr. and Mr.. Monday from 0 I m a teed. 111., Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. left Thursday for Boston Gu., allotvd hours and those desiringto Grubba, a young lady 'an accepted Miss Catharine Young will sing ,It j
to know that where she visited MIst please contact Chief at the service., Also
owl regret her parents. where they attended the wedding your missionary who expects to morning
In a hospital In Quitmait, Miss Dorothy Ellen Steele who of Mrfl. Rennolds' cousin Miss Observer the Rev. Forbes M. all! shortly for Brazil South good singing at the evening ser i

James Plckren. of Hampton, has been the guest of her cousin Ellen Cone Groover daughter of Fuller at once. America. Miss Grubba 1. a graduate vice. ''I

was carried to the Veterans' Hospital Mrs. Guy Sale returned to her Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Minis NEW TTY ORDINANCES of the Moody Bible Insti- 1

,. Lake, .,City.,.last. Saturday.. home in Gainesville last Friday.'Mrs. Groover to Hamlin Newton Welt The City Council met Monday. tute of Chicago and is a nativeof 'Seaboard' M. B. Jones Is uk'i'
"\ at 8:30 o'clock Thursday night.' I Lakeland She is affiliated ing It easy for two weeks. A F
night for Its first ,
Mon-
.Beautiful Cle icing. BeautifulTailoring regular well-earned vacation la Mr. Jones' '
with the South American Indian
: G. W. AJderman) Is spending day meeting. Several ordinanceswere
'at the Starke-Bbuidlng this week in Tallahassee visit- :Miss Cleone Edmondaon, who Mission whose home office Is In reward for a year's good "service
passed controlling tbe sale
Tailors, Opposite,Park Theatre.Mr. ., Ing her daughters Mrs. G e o.i' has for the past several months of beer and the playing of Jook West Palm Beach. This Mission and he Is making the most of it. '
White and Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere.I been an employe of L. M. Barton organs. These ordinances deal Board i* an Independent Interdenominational F. F Ward is a temporary ad'i
and Mrs. B. Cohen 'have of the Economy! Service Co.. has "Faith" Board, dition to Lawtey. He Is here in ,
with
zoning the 9 o'clock
town a
moved from Keystone Heights accepted a place with H. E. curfew and under this Board there are at the capacity of relief agent while 1 h
for the sale
Mrs. S. H. Seabrook of Talla- of beer and
512 West Madison. street Starke. Tucker of the Sinclair Refining least 33 missionaries active In M. B. Jones Is on vacation. Mr
hassee was a playing of organs through the
guest on Thursdayof
j Ward halls from Palatka.
Co. Mr. Barton closed his plumb- week South A m e r tc a, working "on
last week of her uncle and days and 10 o'clock for Sat-
Mrs. C. D. Addison of Ocala has aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Ing office here and accepted defense urday night until the following faith", depending upon the Lord's We had not been apprised last
been visiting her sisters Mrs. W. work at Melbourne. Monday morning. Also passed at people toy supply their financial week of the name given the arrival -
L. Andrews and Mrs. T. C. Chas- this meeting was an ordinance needs while! staying there. In the Halley and Flo Jones !
tain. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells and Friends here of Mrs. H. L. I Miss Grubbs was to'i family but since have been ad-
prohibiting the sale of groceries ready
Mr. and Mrs. TiUxnan Hutto, of Brownlee tae glad to know that from for South America few vised that the little lady will
I Saturday midnight to Sunday just a
Jacksonville were the guests Sun- she la making a good carry the name of Sandra Lou.
John Keene is spending this I recovery midnight. These ordinanceswill weeks ago, but suddenly she was
day of their parents Mr. and from her recent In St. She and her mother
week and next In Sebring where operations be enforced rigidly accordingto notified that her reservation had pretty are
he will be employed at the Air Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Luke's Hospital In Jacksonville.As Mayor Geo. F.' Young. been cancelled. by the steamship doing so well they are already
Base. her mother was so much Improved I company. This cancellation has home and great plans are in the
Mrs. Ancll Walnwright of MIami Miss Mary Brownlee re- LOST AT BRA meant that she can remain a making for Mix S. L.'s future.

Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Wilson spent several days here this turnd Sunday night to St. Louis, Another Lawtey boy has been little while longer In the States.
Found, ttoclcInftirance spent the week-end at Kingsley week visiting her brotherinlawand Mo. lost In action. Bob Coving ton, doing deputation work and Interesting tlnulng the series. In Mark's Go.
Lake with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. son of Mr and Mrs. W. E. Coy churches and people In pel. subject being "The Raisin .
Brown. Andreu, and family. Farewell Dinner Ington, was lost at sea when the that needy field. of Jairua' Daughter."

c? For Miss Thomson ship Pan-Atlantic on which heW The Sunday School convenes at Wednesday Is Prayer Meeting ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova and Mrs. FIo Vlerlng and her niece serving was torpedoed in the 10 A. M.; the Morning Worship Night Services at 8:30.: It Is i

ijure way to sons are spending! several weeksIn Mrs. Marie Fitch of Rush City Miss Isabella Thomson, who has North Atlantic between Iceland at 11. Young Peoples services at the 32nd week'of the year. This >
the Canova cottage on Kings- Minn., will be the guests of Mrs. returned to her home in Monti- and North Russia. It was hoped, 7:30: P. M, and the Evening means. everyone looks up and ,

>tact yourproperty ley Lake.R. H. E. Tucker and Miss Bobble cello, prior to accepting a position for a while that Bob had been Evangelistic Service at 8:30.: The reads any 32nd verse of any
Cameron for the next four weeks. In the Uveoak school this fall picked up as several boatloads of pastor Forbes K. "Fuller will chapter of the Bible during the

H. English recently spent a was honor guest at a six o'clock the crew were known to have left bring the evening sermon con- service.

week in the Veteran's Hospital at Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Shaffer, dinner last Friday evening, given the ship but yesterday the confirmation "' ", r-...................._..........________-----------------
Lake City because of a severely; who have been guests of their by Mrs. A. F. Sauls at her lovely of his being lost was' == u CUOOOQOQQOOOQQOQQQQQQQQQ5

rley E. Johns sprained ankle.Although son-in-law and daughter Mr. and home on McMahon St. this received.column This wrote is the several boy of months whom I QUICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTION :
I Mrs. S. A. Weldon returned Mon Arrangements of seaeonal
Agency day to their home in Winter flowers were placed throughout ago. His ship was torpedoed IS OUR MOTTO
his foot is still in a I
FLORIDA early this year In the Caribbean.He .
ST.UtKE, Park. the home and on the porch.
11 East Call street! east. J. T. Qulgley was able to Mrs. Sauls in her usual charmIng was Injured and returned bere
''IS return to his office this week,: for a period of convalescence. lie
served delicious !
e a Short
manner Orders Sandwiches Cold Drinks ft
after being In a Jacksonville hospital Miss Mary Ann Watkins,, who dinner and Mlm then returned to sea and bus ,
three-course ,
..jprmntlnsE for some time. A< serious has spent the past two weeks Thomson's place was marked by served his country as well as the I And Delicious Home Made Pies I
E TRAVELERS Htrifon Infection developed after he had here with her uncle and aunt Mr. of remembrance. bravest soldier. He is survived

stepped on. a nail and today to her home In Griffin Ington of Lawtey Adrian Covington -
guests enjoyed a ride In the "Gay ncheonetteBradford
Ga. which a brother of Mobile three i
Nineties" hack was recently -
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST brought to Starke by Wm. sisters and his widow Mrs. Made- =
Mrs. R. G. Kldd and son Richard Sapp. line Frigo Covlngton of Jackson ,

129 East Call Street III. of Fort Benning Ga., arrived Besides Miss Thomson and the ville. n ... ... Y .F _ .-00
here Friday and spent several r
hostess, those enjoying this event
HOW ABOUT ITT
firs 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By AppointmentW days Mrs.with Florence Mrs. Kldd's Emma were Miss Louise Isom, Miss In this time of world-wide con Inn i
mother. Elolse Dees and Mr. and Mrs. ,
flict we are prone to overdo our-
Canova. Jack Sporn. selves in efforts to make the boy t

In the service contented and to
HAD A Mr. and Mrs. James Black- New Arrival remove that feeling they all have We Cater To Civilians Only \ ;
LONG SINCE YOU'VE' shear of Camp Shelby Miss., sooner or later after entering the

MIL Y GROUP PORTRAIT TAKEN? spent.the week-end hers with Mr. Mr. and''Mrll.' A. B. Baker of service'of the Army,' that of nos 'COURTEOUS' CURB'' SERVICE ''t
and Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. Black- I Sanford announce the birth of a talgia. This Intention and effort
shear I Is remembered here as Miss son, A. B. Jr., on Thursday morning is laudable and commendable but
PRESENT TillS .,AD",AND 50c AT, OUR Beverly Cady.Beautiful : Aug. 6. Before her marriage what about our home boys when FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

STUDIO AND WE WILL MAKE ONE 8x10 I Mrs. Baker was Miss- Ruth they return on their furlough?

GOLD TONE GROUP PORTRAIT OF 5 PER- CleaningBeautiful Rowe of Starke. This IH a small community and 1-2 MILE NORTH OF STARKE ON: ROAD 13

SONS OR LESS CHOICE OF 2 POSES. Tailoring at the Btarke-BIaodlng Its means are limited Insofar ss _'.... V"f -yoIJO ... ,.,.. .... _._._
Tailors. Opposite Park Theatre. Rent Control providing recreation and diversion
for a soldier away from home.
BON-ART STUDIOS Mrs. S. E. Brownlee H. L. Regulations Explained Why not spend that time and ef- "WHY GO FISHING: ? ,

223 S. Walnut Street Starke, Fla Brownlee and daughter Mrs. M. | By Administrator fort making those of our boys
C. Stith, spent Tuesday In Jack- happy while here on furlough? If GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh
sonville visiting Mrs. H. L. (Continued from page one) they want a dinner party a beer

Brownlee who Is a patient in St. i for party a swimming party or Justa Water and Salt Water Fish, Shrimp, etc
to evict you nonpayment
thortty
GUY'S MARKET Luke's Hospital.. |, certain party they should haveIt
i of rent so long as you offerto to the exclusion of all others. Fresh Meats, Lire and Dressed Poultry
Phone 159 We Deliver pay him the rent allowed under Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S
215 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida Mrs.. Ruth Alvarez Faulkntr the Regulation. NEW: ARRIVAL
who taught.at Vanderbilt Sell'>o> "You.are entitled to a receipt."If Johnnie Redgrave !I. strutting
GROCERIES MEATS last year has resigned her position the landlord refuses to ac around Lawtey like a peacock. MARKET

--- Ib.25c.. to accept a Job In the Finance cept the legal rent wait a few It's a boy 7 1-4 pounds of "all
10 Ibs.Iptatoes Fan Office of the War Depart- days for him to Inform himself man" Johnnie says., Grandpaand 1-2 Block N. of Union Bus Station on Jax Road

_________ 29c Sausage _________ ment at Charleston S. C. of the regulation. B e always Grandma Owen J. Anders
Ib ready and willing to pay tbe legal parents of Mrs. Redgrave were
S pkgs. Good Mrs. G. C. Powell accompaniedby rent. I here shortly after the event oc

_.._.._________ JOe White Bacon ....____ 20c her husband the Rev. Mr. "It Is immaterial whether you curred. They, too were happy
Powell and Dr. W. E. Middieton. occupied your present accommodations about the whole thing. BLANDING CENTER, INC.
lb.
Zl-! can, Halves Western went to Jacksonville Tuesday and in January 1941, or

aches _________ ISc Pork Chops ______ 37c Mm Powell entered Riverside whether you moved In later Miss Catherine Young;, of Lakeland BAR GRILL AND PATIO
Hospital for an operation "It is immaterial whether the returns this season to continue -
her excellent i Imparting of
landlord owned the accommodations -
present knowledge In our school. Miss I Dancing and Entertainment
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand on January 1, 1941.
NAT SEZ daughter Fredrika, and Jane or whether be purchased them Young has taught In Lawtey for Nightly Until One O'clock
: to several yearn and l III welcomed
Bauknlght returned
Merrill later.
Jacksonville Saturday after a "Until Registration of dwelling back by her many frlendx. School Recreation Amusement Fun

k This rationing board sure Is get- week's visit here with Mrs. W, H. units In this Area has been completed opens Monday. I
J B tin hard boiled! Undrrtttaml one Struth and Miss Kate Struth. we will not know what AI Whitehead an Inductee of ; JEROME C. HUGHES, Operator
1 July 16 has been transferred to
*'. for accommodations -
/ young Callstrevter wanted .uppl was charged your I
downlover' Mrs. R. W. Strugis Jr., Is tbe on January 1. 1941. As Fort McClellan, Anniston! Ala.
mentary gasoline for a trip Look for Opal to leave any day.
guest of her mother Mrs W. E. soon as we receive that information -
lane and the ole rnra.n.lettwouldo't Torode. For the past several it will be forwarded to you Miss Jewell Reddish I III smiling I
h-t him have It. Oh, well, months she has been making her without your requesting It. broadly again this week. 'CJ; +e :

from what I hear the gasoline home in Brownwood Texas, but f is "The Regulations effective In reason? Why she's going to that

In lover's lane!, now moving to Meridian, :Miss. this Area August 1, 1942 also Carolina Camp again this week-
always given out cover rooming houses hotels and end to see that handsome boy In BI 1-3 OFF
anyway, HO what's the diff T If uniform Pvt. //nman Green. Can't
homes.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley left rooms In private you
blame her or him.
for Tampa Wednesday!! for aweek's live In a hotel or rooming i
Herbert Hazzard spent
Mis.
visit accompanying Mrs. house a special folder explaininghow
Wednesday Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. these rents are to be controlled In I
Beasley's parents
Master Ernest Wells, young son
be available.
will soon
A. C. Durden who have been
Wells. returned
Mae ,
of Mrs.
and offices are not In
for few days. "Stores
In Starke a
Headquarters for Famous visiting cluded." Thursday of last week from West On All
Palm Beach after spending several
w Corp. J. R. Roane. who recently weeks with his sister Mrs.
married Miss Bertha Taylor, has Legion Meeting Jack Balles.

Jockey_ been attending the Officers': of all members Who was that calling Fred t
attention
Training School at Ft. Sill Okla., The Moore the 'Bear Boy'? STRAW HATS
la called to the fact that the
UNDERWEAR the three weeks, and so of Jacksonville
p for past Jones-Langford-White Post of the Paul M. Moore
far has successfully passed all Saturday with his parentsMr.
isoer ,.--.d ,.front t...lr.c I.K tests. American Legion will meet in the spent. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. PaulIs ,
_fino ss .ra ,... h.th.M "hut? Tuesday pip.' August 11. tire salesman and evidentlyan
bind. 'bottoM.IUM 1. M y wr.il. Frank Ferrara of Frank's Fine at 8 o'clock. All members are a optimist. SPORT SHOES
.
'. ..*..*'.. e-r.-.r. Food. Is back on the job after a urged to be present., .,

-.k ar-..... M .-r.al w 10-day vacation spent at Miami .
..d..i _or- p.I&s.sd ..d'Iowa and Daytona Beach. During his WANTEDFor !

_.....e/.r.d lor Cwraa vacation period while the cafe GIRLS SPORT SHIRTS !
was closed Titos Olson installeda "
Work
Office
$1,200 electric refrigerator. Clean Attractive, Permanent
r
Must Be
Dr. S. Sternberg left Sundayfor

toe Per GarmentSternberg9s a visit In Detroit, Mich., after ((1) Local E

home spending of his a few parents days Mr.here and at Mrs.the ((2) 18 Years of Age or Above J. M. AlvarezPhone

N. Sternberg. Dr. Sternberg recently (3)J High School Graduates
closed his dental offices at i.
Est. 1894 ,
Daytona Beach and will enter the (4) Touch Typists 42

Army with the rank of 1st Lieutenant WRITE. P. O. BOX 567 STARKE, FLORIDA
on the 15th. He reportsto

Turner Field, at Albany Ga.

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Farm fuel Is a waste of valuable re- duty. Every leglsJaUve session FARM NOTES No -- lir8t

I FARMERS' SECTIONRURAL Suggestions aourcel. spends the bulk of its time and Waiting
By L. T Dyer County Agent N0
search for
In diligent After
Fuel wood be harvested energy a
.. ___ (Information from research workers can Enlisting
----- of the Florida Agricultural during slack periods on the farm, new sources of tax revenue 10

flINTS FOR THEhIOUSEIIOLD Experiment Station In GainesVIII. but some time must be allowed that more people can be put on Fertilizer Not RatIoned In Marine Cold

..) for leuonlne. Cutting should be the pay rolls. salaries Increased, Some farmers are hestltating to

COMMON SENSE. . planned to promote a better stand or what el... Every legllllative plant strawberries this taU for I I the Young men desJl'nr! IeI

.r.Correcting of thrifty growing timber by removing session finds croups of lobbyists tear they will not be able to get "Fighting Mal'lnet"
FIRST THINGS FIRST REMOVING FRUIT STAINS leave
the habit 01 some "wolt" and "weed" tree. In Tallahassee seeking public op- fertilizer next IIprlng. The latest at once

Putting first things first leI Fresh fruits to eat are one of cows of holding up milk for their For seasoning, the wood Mould propriations for Ws pet scheme Information from the WPB and training. Under the

dealrablo at any time and necep the pleasures of summertime, 'but calves Is often quite difficult. The be stacked, not heaped, on bed or that and the legislators are 80 OPA In Washington Is that there Corps enlistment drive eft

I nary In war time. For over a they often leave marks'on table calf should not be allowed access pieces over dry ground, and preferably universally kindly In their di.- will be plenty fertilizer and no not have ta Walt after Q

year now Florida farmers, along linen and clothes marks that at all to the cow and should be In an open yard to get positions that they cannot say rationing 1s anticipated. enlistment appllcatloq tIJr

with those of the rest of the become ugly stains unless they fed by hand. Usually the cow greatest air circulation. Fuel "No"!. and they st once proceed There may be a shortage of All young men 4

4 country, have had food production are treated promptly and cor- Will hold up her milk for the first wood burns more efficiently and to "dig up" ways to get more some materials such a1! nitrogen ages of 17-33 Ire
for raw
ae their big No. I job, and they rectly.So two or three times the calf Is yields much more heat when It money to gratify the demand. and some brands Of' analyses Will service In either'

have done It well. But war bring here are some tips from kept entirely away from her and has dried at least 6 months. Kindly dispositions are commendable be eliminated No farmer should bat or Reserve Marine lilt
In fortune con.stant then 1'0' back into production. A I but there are times when cut his because duty.
conatant.chances home economists ot the U. S. Department Although use of fuel wood has crop acreage of EX'Marfnet
eddits. In, empbaets New of Agriculture on bow cow that begins this habit seldom decreased steadily for more than legislators need to be "bard boll. the fertilizer situation may reenlist for scar '0"
Under
for attention returns to full production, bowI ed" to the extent of turning Farmer- Can Grown the :
farm jobs clamor to remove fruit stains l from cot. 50 years Mr. Nieland says the Owa in& present II
and old farm jobs demand attention ever. When such'a cow calves "lhumbs down. on many of these Nitrogen plan 1 men
tons and linen.. quantity of wood cut for fuel are
weeks, .... pie'
t I again the calf should be taken at .Aft.
for new reaaons. Is still second only to lumber, demands.It Since nitrogen he tile element zn'
Start working on stains while its
from her the first day and raised Island : 'c
Today, farmers know that cut.tine they ate sun fresh and damp ifpossible. hand. and may IQcJ'eue' considerably seems that lawmakeR, both fertilizer that Is short It Is they 8
entirely by
l fuel wood m.1k. sense for the In any cue remove during the war emergency. state and national, have an Idea the one element that the farmer apeciali are! given eX&IIbI1!
'
same aid rea.ona and fa an 1m. them before you launder the fabtip. t that there la a financial Santa can produce on their farms by ed duty, Sqq'
Spraying and windows mechanics
portant.war job.. Thogewbo provide -, screens Claus who furnishes the funds to growing legume 'cover crope. A metals1l1lUla'
:; auch' In
Alkaltes aa ,
.l soap 'rltb, a household>> ; two Many A Good Egg'Can photography
spray every
fuel for their, oWn use and and beat from the Iron "set" some three meet public expenditures.. With good crop ot cowpeas Will add aa radio 1114 d'
or hours )n'the'evenlng'wtllhelp
for use, of people In nearby towns fruit and berry stains, making I Go Bad them the thought Hems to"be up. much nitrogen per acre as 100 motor'tranoport, dJJu
,wUl to relieve the load on to prevent tiny stinging lineer.. corps
help them difficult and sometimes permost that the government pound of nitrate of IIIOda, while a and qu
our transportation facUlties andO even impossible to get out. sandllee from entering the home A bad egg III just a good egg pays the bills, so what's tile use good crop of beggarweed or cro- department.,

doubt will contribute to the reih through the screens. gone wrong but when 175 million of worrying T They seem not to talarla will add as much a. 800 All young men CIII o0

lief of what may be an acute fuel Bolllne water Will remove most. dozen eggs go bad-as they do ever give a thought to the bald pounds of nitrate of aoda. ot the, Marine State !
h t thl.l winter. fruit stains from white or colorfast Clippings should be left on the each to Offices, gs<<
shortage year-tbat'll something fact that the money the government Stable and coww lot fertilizer either by
Fsa cottons linens, Stretch lawn after IIIaIIII/
In ordinary years n.s nobody'sbuslneBs or mowing because they worry about says N. R. :Mebrbot, doles out comes out 0'1 the Is also rich In nitrogen It:applied and. get complete
a the stained cloth over a bowl and contain about two percent nitrogen IntO1lll!
.
but the farmer's when he poultryman with the Florida Extension pockets of the people and oftentimes to the field before the rain has this nation's fln..t
fasten with a string so It cannot and also add valuable humus bI1IIcJJ
..rile his hogs. This year Its Service. The way to prevent those tax demands to meet leached the plant food out, Vice.
off. Then to the 11011.
water With
pulp on the the
everybody' concern. Ex p e d 1t' I.tloua I. pour shortage much of this tremendous public expenditures require sacrifices Looking forward to the IIhort- These stations
from a height of 3 or 4 feet. It of nitrogen as a result of the war loss Is In are api i
movement of all necessary egg to follow good prO.ductlon of a major kind. age ot commercial tertlllzer as the poet office
rub the fabric between and the baD
necessary great need for It In the
and
r In an orderly manner at methods on the farm, the continues Tampa
freight war
; The situation every farmer JaCksonville
appllcaUons of boiling water to production ,ot food craps, It Is'' grows more aerl.OU8 1d
good methods ot PaIJD.
the time 111 of vital import- handling eggs should Beach
right give more attention t
time 0 and
help loosen the stain. Sometimes more Important than ever to leave from as goes on. Every year Ifartlll
the
ance. With so many hogs to go nest to the consumer.In growing and their Headquarters,
saving
will work' the shows large Increases In the cost own Ploridslul
even warm water successfully clippings on the lawn to .
r' to market this year there J. ale sup- I a revised bulletin on marketing fel'tlUzer. lng, Orlando
In removing a staIn.If ply this material to the &'I'allll. of government. The re never
eggs, the U. S. Department
most ,urgent necessity to market Control Tobacco Diseases Now
I If 111 seems to be any inclination to
avoid the the stain Is not completely grass mowed frequently of Agriculture gives a number of ,
to Now
as early a possible that the tobacco Is Welfare
cut down costs. There
It will stay In a are on the crop Payne'Total
green vegetative
when have finished the
peak and to hold some hogs over gone you suggestions on bow producer can harvested and sold farmers
,
stage and pay rolls 0'1 Florida thousands many
the short will tOday -
clippings
water treatment put a little lemon handle their flocks and
to
until after the 'Peak marketing eggs $60,174
are plowing under the old
of tobacco
be absorbed people who draw lIalarlelll
season In December, January or juice on the spot and put It In by the lawn and the help cut down this loss, and save I, stalks and
soil In from the public! t111a If planting cowpeas. This Cash
a short time. many
February. In addition to trans. the sun to bleacb. Or you can very food for defensoe. ''Is a payments 10 8
of the very Important practice It
poaitions were abolished as
County
portatton packlnhou.e coo l Ins UN ohe of the chemical bleaches, .Some of the recipients of Old
suggestions on egg the effectiveness 0 f government not only gives a crop of peas but slstance
facllltles are a limiting factor. such a. hydrogen peroxide and Market Hogs Early, production are: ((1) Keep strong, would not be impaired and the helps to control tobacco diseases Aid to Aid to the BIb

Ordinarily,, farmers regard legumes sodium perborate, h y drosulphlte, Farmers Are Told healthy, vigorous hens and care only people who would know' ,the and insects that might live fiscal Dependent CbJldne
year
simply.as bay and pasture or javelle water. for them properly, (2) produce jobs bad been abolished would be through the winter 'on the old totaled ending dust t
crops that are also good for the To remove stains from fresh Infertile after the hatching $60,174, accordllll
It Is Btalks
absolutely essential that eggs the ones who ceased receiving the and attack the vnunsplants _"
peaches, and plums, use w -- announcement bv tho D.
pears "
land. This year Florida farmers I I hogs be marketed as early as season Is over ((3) gather eggs at salaries and the folks who- are next year. fare Board

are planning to make greater, use cold water and glycerine. First, possible this fall to prevent clogs least twice a day In cool weather bedeviled to death by their visit- The Florida and Georgia Experiment AI
of
sponge the' stain well with June
of Winter legumes as! cover cropsto' cool In transportation and packinghouse and not less than three times a ations. If Stations highly Ibis yet
: legislators would take recom-
'% store nitrogen In the soil. water Then put several droplll of day In hot were 323 residents or B
weather
operations (4) keep mend the
says W. J. eggs the )Jilts of state paid people and destruction of all old County .
y Nitrogen used In explosives, la glycerine, or a oaplese shampoo, clean and In cool receiving Old ap
Sheely animal husbandman with a fairly moist carefully, eliminate the tobacco stalks In the field and In
ance 13 .
available In reduced on the staln-enoulh to cover It. 21one..en.Ual receiving AId
quantities for Place, and
the Florida Agricultural Extension (5) market eggs fre- the tobacco bed
thousands as one of the
thousands
upon 01 Blind
commercial fertilizers. But Work In by rubbing the fabric quently. and 38 famlUea
growing Service. dollars could be best ways to control Blue Mold
saved to the taxpayers Aid to
need between your handll. Let stand Dependent CbUdru
and leguminoua
crops nitrogen,
With .10 million In marketing Mr. Mehr.1 each next year.Clean .
for several more hogs for eggs year During
cover crops which take hours, then put on a the fiscal ym
slaughter t his season Florida hof recommends that all cracked Something halll to be
nitrogen from the air and leave few drops ot vinegar or oxalic got done State Welfare Board paid
It In the '11011. will help to make acid. Allow III to remain for a county agents report Increases of dirty, and very small or very about this altuatlon. Every aa Up Scrap 008 to Florida recipients
5 to 25 percent and the June large eggs be sorted out. Eggs tlon that has been
pig thrown Into assistance
minute two and
then rinse
up the difference. or or more tblll
On
The
,
should Farm
Feeders accustomed to well ID Water.Methodist. I report showed .a 7 percent Increa. not be washed or otherwise discard In the history ot the regular appropriation 01
using : e--It I. pretty cleaned. They should be world bas Into
definitely cone obliteration 000
'taflF8Qe or'other animal annually for IU wilt,
proteins The last
packed when pGIIIIlble piece ot
assured that coolneverwith the through the SCrap
packinghouse of
cooling way excessive tax-: : poses. The
Increased
are planning
this'year to use Church facilities will be inadequate to animal heat In them-and they atlon. We should get this truth metal on Florida farina Will be AS iXpr
compared with
more vegetable !
meals obtained Pl'lvtolll
handle the Increase should be packed with the In mind collected for war use In a clean-
from OUr tremendously .Services at t h. Church next big during large and guard against a like was due to special laze
large crop the normal end up. Egg Is up drive to begin soon, directed
peak quality essential finish for
of peanuts and cotton Med. Sunday will be as follows: season-usually our own state and ns- by the 1941 session at IbI
for by State and
better County USDA War
December January and prices and selling tlon.
The salvage of waste materials Church School 10 A. :M. February on a lature for the payment of
'Duality or 'raded bul.. Boards with assistance from the
Lengthening the marketln & MMIY.. .
sea-
la Morning Worship 11 O'clock. ----- -- --- It legislators aDd Assistance
not given much thought by the those In pub- WPA. and Aid 10
average farmer' during Subject: "A Pioneer of Faith," son by sending more hogs to market ages production of better eggs: lie life faIl to realize the end we, "' Children
peacetimes A H. a.
before of Bulletin Clayton. Florida USDA
and copy No.
after the 1378
Youth Fellowship 7.00 P. M. peak are to
but la of continuing 1m. coming the people must
portance now. Saving the Evening ,Worship 8.00 O'clock seems to be the only solution. Marketing Eggs, may be obtained wake up to the fact and correct War Board chairman has advised county to collect the scrip

animal products we bave cropsand I. The Rev. H. C. Hardin, District MI' Sbeely thinks Florida far- from the Division of .Publications, It themselvea. That 1s the ultimate county chairmen,of the procedure Truck drivers will pe
U. and
act Important as producing tllem. Superintendent will preach at the mere should finish their hog s S. Department"'of Agriculture,, function 0 t a .democratic: urged them ta see that ,material farmer 'a receipt far bll

i It 111 not the big splurge that evening service, and will bold the early and sell them a. '1I00n as Washington; D. C; form 'of government. Tile people collection,on \the Dportance of,-rap: and' those 'whO 'do-nut

> counts but ,constant attention topattinI' first Quarterly Conference after they reach No. 1 weight-ISO can do it. and they must do ,It. Is, supplied to every donate their meW will b

4 first things flrat. the service. pounds It the market becomes Government Economy We are In a great war to prevent farmer In _the county; The far- ,. mailed government cbeclll.
mers will fill In
i Prayer Service Wednesday at glutted 'during the winter, prices foreign dictators from take I Ilng return cards al- amounts due

RULED 1N"'jjU CARDS-dx5f 8.00 P. M. are apt to drop, be lays. (From Clay County Crescent) control of us and Our nation ready addressed ,to the WPA By this method It fa b

.1 per l\1-BRADVOBD COUNTY A Cordial Welcome to all. The animal husbandman drops It 18 reported that Hon. RIchard We need to realize than we have stating how, much scrap they obtain practically alllCl'II''

TELEGRAPH.Dr. e -0. C. Powell, Pastor this hint to farmers who would Simpson 0 f Monticello chosen lOt a Job before u. to save, our have on band. The WPA will remaining on far IllSt.
the then
onnnnn.nnnnnnnnr- : __. _=., _, r-..,_,". hasten the fattening ot their a.Speaker of Democratic, Nominee for nation from the'powers Inside route trucks through the vitally needed In the I'll
----- = = ;: hoes: When the hog.- the 1943 FlOrida HOUSe that will L
a are turned of surely wreck and enslave
FUNERAL DIRECTORy I on feed, usually fields of peanuts advocate Representatives of Is an ardent ue It we faIl to cure the ill Try Our Warm 'Weather SpeciaJ

Many Years Experience Makes 1& Feasible for Me to Render Cc, and corn, supply them mineral duct of economy In the con. that has been creeping up onus
public attain
{ 1- EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE ] mixture, abundant clean water he will and that In recent years In the excessive
oppose all efforts COLD
to
LUNCH
i MODERATE PRICES C] and plenty of shade. This ,will more taxes on the businesses plas.tel' COlts of government that are impoverisbing ,PLATE
C help get a higher yield ot pork the people. .
] and
DeWITT C. JONES C) from the same feed and will proI I Individuals of Florida. We Irs A TREAT YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO
Burke, FiorldaW sincerely hope this .Is
t c duce It earlier a true ftate. .
I ment of the 'Legislator and .
I .. The mineral mixture used and Speaker
Simpson's desire and that

T CLUTEREALTORF.Il.A. recommended Florida Agriculture by the Universityof Experiment fully.he will for be economy able to stand In government 110 force. -Qr66, 'K .::8 'M CAFE

LOANS Station consists of 00 that he' Will Win the majority of

r We want the listing on your property pounds steamed bone meal, 50 the members of the'next Florida Comer of Walnut and Madison
pounds marble dust
or
ground Legislature
to his
-We have some wonderful concept of
properties for sale limestone 25 pounds common salt, Oaln tea ire,_...sOsi 05013

See U8 about your Real Estate Needs I 25 pounds red oxide of iron 1 r :::.:: .r::": 1 ,- ., -.,.. ,_ .... q- --- .

lig E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 pound and 2 pulverized ounces tobal copper chloride sulphate or, '" ,- ..-.i._ ...... "'.'..'..,._.. .. i W ', <


cobalt sulphate THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING '

In addition to ul'glng farmers FOR!

SINCLAIR PRODUCTS to put their hogs on the market "J Jaifefmi 'Three immortal words of

early, 1\tr. Sheely suggests that ei /o///eeoh/e

Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels farmers, cooperative sales organlzatlons ; Lincoln state wry simply.

and auction market man. very plainly what Ameri

WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING agers pool their truck facilities to I/- the eJ ()4k /r t e o"Ie" candemocracy mane Butt

GIVE US A lUNG WE DELIVER save gasoline and tires and to insure l' / : /
the porkers getting to mar.keto no such hope for the people -

,. in Axis countries
"
tb h
H. E. TUCKER ; xiets. The
Agent enemy says
Use t
Fuel
For Sinclair Wood "What I call duct ia rep"

Refining Co. And Help Defense : ., resented by liberalism and individualism

Phone 158 ,, -
Starke Fla. .
which
are both opposed to our traditional
I Increased
use ot fuel wood

from farm woodlands will help cu.tom." That's Baron Hiranuma telling y_

to release ships and railroad cars y A, 3 the Jape how fine their nation is. How'J

1 a I for transporting war materials, a you like to fight fora leader like that I

according to L. T. NIt-land. farm r'

forester with the State Agricultural ) We've plenty of blessings to fight for in

Extension Service Farm ra .America. Plenty ofgood things in life that

A /4. saving woodland this owners transportation can assist space In DO Axis nation enjoys 4


by using fuel wood on the farm ,; For here in America hen you come home
wherever feasible In place of coal
fro
and oil. and by supplying wood r your work you can relax at peace

for similar use In towns and a t withyourneighhprsfrecfromthetyranny

M011yp1 TUESDAY WflKfSDP THURSDAY cities neal'by. w of{al.. lesderL Thac.s the time to enjoy a
Forester
advocate
fuel-wood bottle of smooth mellow J.AX. it's a
cutting .
according to plan to correct 'f
poor forest conditions resulting friendly drink for a friendly nation t

1 from mistakes of the put.
aYou'll Fuel wood can be obtained from

r mlssbaped trees dead and Insect.

ridden trees and other cull trees:
be helping everybody it you avoid from tops of trees
cut for
week-end RW
trips whenever
poqible.That'a
the time when travel facilities are moet logs; and from suppressed or- unthrifty -
crowded-the trees cut In thinning
only time when many war or
workers and men on furloughs can co. woodland Improvement Operations.
j Trees suitable for lumber

\ Wo' Eltott UNION BUS STATION Veneer logs paler and piling, Try lAX JUMBO
The TEl\fI'U AVENUE: navel
PHONE 141 stores or other special products -

Lacy Conway Agent should not be taken for A FUll IJUfRT SIZE BOTTLE '
fuel
says Mr. Nieland. Oak Is For Uncle Sam neNa <
or
IOme the
needed for ships, hickory and ash metal we use In
bottle You ,
caps. can then be
7 for cure 01
handles getting
and pine lumber your
and
share or
the
famous
Drink /
or 1
pulpwood lorother war Industries JUMBO Is the Friendship.. the JAX
These products can be ob- convenient patriotic way to buy beer!

tained only from well-formed
I
tree, and cutting such trees for









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NEWS ANALYSIS j Total Mobilization? ABOVE HULLABALOOr


Mobilization of the total
manpower
ssian Crisis Heightened as Nazis i! of the United States-estimated / I

, at 60 million labor units-was forecast I,

Toward Caucasus Oil Fields as work proceeded in Washing
:
sh on ; ton
on the formulation of a nationalwar : -

Men in Service Says FDR j service bill. This vast reservoir eh4'b
00,000
; of man power would be assigned

Offensive in New Guinea as part of the total war effortto By LYTLE nULL
3S Resume I essential services in factories on
Henderson's
Great
FightIf
i farms in laboratories and in educational -
'
91'''.. .p...... ar* ex re.Mt la tae.. ..'."..,tk>]r are ta.se.eN1eq.pr activities training the nation's
Oa'NOTxt' "....'. ..... _al".,", ..< ..t ......arll" ef ...... ..w> ..er.) youth. Inflation sets beyond control the true American fashion, to the tn
r. R.I.....,bF Weatem Newspaper Union ___ ____ : Sponsors of the proposed bill pointed !in this country.-and we lose the unenviable position which he now fir ''t'tt \
wart; it isn't going to help anyone holds. He is a Wilsonlan Demo t cag4. 1$
d out that it would not only do for who is in any way responsible for crat in the sense that he worked 1 f j .
a!+ this country what the essential such a catastrophe to "pass the for the nomination, and the election '.

work" order had accomplished for buck" on to someone else. It will of Woodrow Wilson :He is a Mason. $ I ;

Great Britain! but provide additional be too late for that and those who Thus endeth a great deal of "ba agt e..It ; .-'

directives as well. are responsible will be made to loney" about a brave man who is h4 r f

Back of the sponsorship of the take the punishment. "taking it hard on the chin" to a fl fI
) -3-***! bill, was the urgent belief of the Inflation can be stopped: and the save us all from horrors which we t I

t 49xE e 4 tt'r chiefs of the war administration that power to stop it lies in the handsof seem only vaguely to appreciate.Mr. r
the administration and .
the longer the war goes on the mar the moment each is criticizingthe congress.At Henderson's present position

imperative will it be for the nation other for failing to control this requires brazenness, assertiveness
to assign each available and Particularly is abuse and aggressiveness. Any one of .
man deadly enemy.
these qualities makes for OAvN
woman to a specific task in the total being heaped upon Leon Hender larity. The President obviously unpopu- ?!

Rltg 4M. r? ya4 war effort son-the administration's "shock chose him for this unpleasant job

+ 1 Looming as a possibility was the troops"; the outstanding hero in because he had all these qualities
this battle to decide whether or not
registration of 42,000,000 women between -plus great courage economic
the United States is to remain a
the of 18 and foresight and terrific strength of
ages 63. supplementing -
great free democracy. (And our {; 'R l t ,t
the recent registration of freedom and democracy depend character.

e all males between the ages of 45 and upon the outcome of the war Added causes for his present Unpopularity Cheese : I "
1. 84. against inflation.) ] are-his appointment to Trays Help You Through Sugar Rationing' Period. '

We have all read about Mr. Leon office of men and women regard (See Recipes Below.. f

LEND-LEASE: Henderson. We have read that he less of their political affiliations;
t tt''LRt 2' '4 1 is an alien born in Russia and and-his recent warning to all employees Take It Easy on Sugar THIS WEEK'S MENU '

4 : Much More Needed sent over here to "improve" our In the Office of Price Administration -

; Critics of the ]lend-lease adminis- form of government. That he is a that they will lose No sweets with sugar rationed -
Lemon Smothered
Chop
tration found Communist-and if given any latitude their jobs If they engage in political Why of course. With honey corn
ammunition for their
Broiled Tomato Slice
activity.Mr. .
will make himself dictator and
..tl m offensive when the Office of War Information ,\ ''il//III./!/ maple syrup Hutlrrrd Noodles '
o of this country. Sounds like melo Henderson knows what Inflation .:JJII! molasses, and
l a ea disclosed that "somewhat drama-and is. will do to our war, effort.-and prepared pudding Vegetable !Salad! Bowl ,

t less" than 12 per cent of this coun The Henderson family have livedin to us. He Is fighting a great fight / mixtures, can Date-Nut Bread Batter
try's total munitions output wis being this country for 200 years. Some and he must know that the peopleof I you Diced Fresh Fruit L

$ ;; 44 Ay b4 Tit shipped to America's Allies member of that family has fought this country are behind him. ... learn how to pre. Apple' Sauce Cake :
'
p While acknowledging that this was [j in every American war. Leon Hen Maybe not the so-called "farm ..." pare delightful Beverage' 1

r "not as much as they need to do demon was a captain In the first bloc" in congress: or the labor unloneers > /: sugar-saving desserts Recipe Given f
World war. His father was a Methodist -but the farmer and the ]laborer JJ cakes and
the job, the report declared that in V
General Francis BIddle (right), who headed the
prosecuting
i roe, minister and the son is an and the rest of the American cookies that will
j eight Nail saboteur before the military commission. Is shown as shipments of planes and tanks"the exception to the old adage With people are "pulling for him." Andif not only take you gracefully throughthe Prepare butterscotch pudding as

1 the V. S. Supreme court In company with Oscar 8. Cox assistant' proportion was "much higher. hard work and a big brain he has his opponents don't believe this- sugar-rationing period but will directed on package. Cool. Fold In ,

ir general, after he fought the defendants' effort to have tbne The OWI noted that cash purchases worked his way up through life in they should read the Gallup poll. also remain favorites with you long whipped cream. Line bottom and

court transfer their trial .from the military to civil courts. by foreign governments had after these times are past. sides of mold or loaf pan with, waxed

brought the total war shipments toa Honey blends with raisins and paper. Arrange layer of lady Angers 1

''IA EGYPT figure higher than 12 per cent but spices in this delicious mclt-ln-your- on bottom and side of mold. I
: : did not name the total. 7dtflJujXASHINGTON mouth pie. Turn H of pudding Into mold; cover I f

Steamroller Nature Aids Allies Although admitting that the lend- Heney. Raisin Crumb Pie. with layer of lady fingers. Turn remaining

the Nazi's monster lease program was not so large as 1 egg yolk pudding Into mold and .
irably Superior air ,
reinforced claims he must have to
power Washington D. C. cm."NS-Ttle carry on. i
chine had forced the Rut I they: wish it to be, the OWI spokesman H teaspoon ginger place another layer oflady fingerson
mechanized troops and a desolate man of average 'income will pay It is evident here that this cut In
ack mile by mile from Khar-. waste of quick-sand marshes combined I asked that "other considerations from two to three times as much OPA funds has nothing to do with an % cap bread crumb top. Chill 12 to 24 hour. In refrigerator I

beyond Rostov in the lower to give the British defenders be taken into account." income tax next :year as he dij this economy move on the part of con Vi cup Hoar Unmold. ,

i of the Don basin of Egypt the upper hand over Marshal year If the new tax bill finally gress but is being made to punishMr. 1 teaspoon cinnamon Bermuda Appetiser/ I i' ,
FARM-BORN PROPHET the and means Henderson for not appointing M hot waterS "
jghout the cruel retreat of : approved by ways cup
marinate
Rommel' Bermuda onion
Nazi finely -
Invaders. Chop
the men the politician wanted for
committee of the house of representatives tablespoon batter
tea Red Marshal Simeon The strengthened air power manifested -: Ford Sees Prosperity becomes law. OPA )Jobs !31 ral.... and drain. Spread on crisp I'

enko had shrewdly played hit itself in sustained attacks on Beginning the 80th of his It is expected that there will be In a statement explaining that cap crackers and cover with slice of

ut. His formula: Fall back the German fighting positions, devastating life. Ford year his changes in the tax measure and the OPA would lose all control overprices K cap honey Lledcrkrsns cheese Thin slices of I
Henry emphasized
un
V teaspoon nutmeg
the superior Nazi onslaught; bombing attacks on Tobruk that there may be considerable delay If it is curbed ss congresshas rye pumpernickel or whole wheat
shaken conviction that the
every inch stubbornly; inflict Matruh and other key Axis beyond in its passage but it is quite proposed Mr. Henderson emphasized K cup nut meals 'bread which have been buttered
mum damage on the invad- supply present war lies an era of prosperity possible that the income tax part his stand on the political Blend hot water with honey and be used Instead.
bases by American as well as RAF unparalleled in the world's history. may remain about as the commit. angle when he said: add egg yolk. Mix flour crumbs may

mans his band be had planes. The augmented tank forces The farm-born industrial genius tee has written it. If it does, a "We have attempted and are at. and spices. Rub In butter. Placea You tan do .ll sorts of things with

UI staying and bad demonstrated their power in Allied visualized an intensive development man with an income of $3,000 who tempting to recruit loyal and competent layer of raisins on unbaked pie cheese as a last course and serve It !.
i own army intact advances from El Alameln on the dependents would $172as Americans strictly in accordance in place of fruit.
of the soil as a preventive of war has two pay shell cover raisins with layer ot ;
the Germans to extend them- Mediterranean to the Tel el Eiza compared with the $M which he with the price control act Camembert has
and as the keystone of a new peace- nut meats and pour over honey- l" ,
In all
But the Nazi resources actor and In the capture of a substantial paid this year the man with an which specifies that appointments affinity for t I
d machines had seemed to ful world order."Intensive income of $9.000 and two dependents shall be on 'the basis ot water-egg mixture. Top with layerof j with tr !
number of prisoners and production" he said and and that 'no crumb mixture. Bake at 450 degrees Try It
merit efficiency'
out limit, for it was reported : would pay $!i70 instead of $271 I
: fresh divisions and 10,000 supplies.Of "means a world busy at work and a and the man with an Income of political test or qualification shall until crust browns at edges, served i'
ad been into the the favorable factors-the third $10,000 would pay $1,860 instead of be permitted. or given consideration reduce to 323 degrees for 20 minutes ;21 a bowl full I
poured eonr (
is summer's lus
-the Impenetrable] marshes of Quat- $1.117. Evidently congress annoyed or until firm
the fall of Rostov. tara remained as Rommel's biggest The proposal to limit Incomes to because the head of the OPA Maglo Chocolate Pie. fruits or, "

r was' said to be willing to obstacle to reaching his goal of Alexandria 55 $29,000: which has been pushed by took seriously those clauses which 2 squares unsweetened chocolate ,. American- I

i the lives of a million youngto and the Suez canal. This a3ltr cupa
gain' control of the Rus1 vast slnK which reaches from the Ulterior committee although the tax on big dressing.Mr.. Henderson. is greatly- 'disturbed : milk Blue cheese spread on hot buttered ;;
1 fields of the Caucasus. To Incomes is now so high that a man tossed with after
of the Sahara to within 35 would have to earn over $30,000 over amendments approved J4 cup water Boston brown bread
Ide the onrushing Axis flood miles of the Mediterranean coast at a year to keep an income of $25,000 by: the senate committee on ap !J teaspoon salt dinner coffee In place of dessert., "

1 Timoshenko had thrown his El Alamein prevented the wily Axis and if his income was $100,000 he which would put the H teaspoon vanilla Serve a cheese tray for refreshments ,f

y reserves into a titanice general from attempting a flanking Irbyx would only be able to keep around appointment of all Jobs calling for Baked pie shell ("'Int'll) or and spare the sugar ration. :.
for the preservation of Rusrimnesi 1'u'k e $35,000 of It That of course is salaries of over $4,500 In the hands cake
movement around the British lines. cookie pie crust This spicy apple sauce requires ,
of the President and would give the
and
of state
Although Arab caravans have before consideration of agriculture the right to Melt chocolate In top of double only H cup of sugar xl i
secretary
other that it Is quite likely
( of the situation taxes so
was crossed the tip of the Quattara that the man of $100,000 Income overrule any price regulation affecting boiler. Add sweetened condensed Apple Sauce Cake. r+ t : l''

bred by Premier Stalin'sorder marshes, the shifting dunes, the would not be able to retain more a product made from farm milk and stir over rapidly boiling H cap shortening 'jy:/ I

to his armies: "Not quick-sands and the marshy quagmires than $29,000. commodities. On the amendmentto water 5 minutes until mixture thick. .Jt''

'p back! Every officer and made the use of tanks and The bill lowers exemptions so give Secretary Wickard control ens. Remove from heat. Add water 54 cap sugars
uit stand his ground and fight v !IOO over prices related to farm goods, eggs
mechanized equipment impossible. that any single person earning $ and salt. Stir' until thoroughly molasses ...
!3y .
bitter Henderson said: cap
end.. instead of $750 and any married Mr. blended. When cool add vanilla.

ed by Stalin's appeal. Red PACIFIC AREA:' man would earning be subject$1,200 to Instead a tax.of $1,500 drafted"The amendment and proposed in by question the American was. Pour into baked pie shell or cookie 3 I teaspoona cap cake baking flour powder !

defending the approaches to the taxes Farm Bureau Federation. It crumb crust Chill. cinnamon
laps in Jungle Although the new income 1 teaspoon
ad hurled the German thrust are very high the tax bill in which la part of a co-ordinated programby Get your full quota of milk Into !34 teaspoon nutmeg

The Russians made a deter After' giving Gen. Douglas Mac- they are included comes far short that organization to destroy effective the diet by serving it In this dessert teaspoon clove sir; .

stand on the Don river south Arthur more than three months time Asa"s of the minimum amount which the I price control not only on combination with rennet powder. No }4 teaspoon soda I .'! '

lanik. while on the north In which to ship men guns fighter secretary of the treasury said I farm commodities, but on all things sugar required! 1 apple sauce ){! "
cup .. ,
made from farm products. I.m
at t Voronezh they dislodged planes and bombers to the eastern HENRY FORD should be collected in taxes this I confident that the vast majority of Marshmallow Maple Rennet to! cap ralilno S::1 I

njr from strong positions. edge of New Guinea, the laps bad "Make Idle lead work ." year. Individual income farmers themselves repudiate completely Costard. ;
addition to ,
resumed offensive movements In these attacks upon the war 1 package maple rennet powder Cream shortening; add sugar
,000 MEN: against Port Moresby and extended friendly helpful exchange of goods. would taxes, which approximately it is estimated$3,000- effort." I pint milk not canned slowly beating In well. Add well-' ., ;i '

S. Service aerial feelers toward the Allies' rear Such a world has neither time nor' 000.000.he yield new revenue bill also In view of congress' obvious political 5 marshmallows, diced' beaten eggs and beat until well '1.

bases on the Australian mainland.] Incentive for war." calls for about $3,200,000,000 from considerations in practically Dissolve marshmallows In 1 cup blended; add molasses. Sift together -

The to advance
Jap strategy
at with was election] draws nearer, it Is interesting
4,000.000 men under perlng factor and he favored forcingit excise taxes. and warm slowly with apple sauce to first mix "
the slack in America' food toward Port Moresby by means of through higher More costly to the people than to note one of Senator Bark. stirring constant ture. Add raisins. Bake In greased
land patrols along a narrow trail into production It Is ley's recent talks] In defense of congress .
s Is will be inflation.
being income tax baking in moderate oven
rapidly taken ly. Test a drop square pan
up toward mountain taxation if necessary. in which he said: "I urge
strategic unless
leading here, !
cringes may be In the belief of many the inside of at 350 degrees about 1 hour. Frost
of total on
expected its
s pass in the Owen Stanley range from Summing up his philosophy Leon Henderson and his omce of that congress be judged by $1
things to eat. He emphaoowever. their recently won base at Buna. peace, he declared: "The intensive Price Administration are permitted accomplishments in this great crisis wrist frequently. with:

that there will be production of the world's goods new to carry on with their price and not by two or three shortsighted When COMFORT. Raisin Nul Frosting.
age of food and American and Australian troops the OPA or foolish things may have ABLY WARM
[ that Amer. goods to serve human needs and legitimate control program. Although 1 white
lave demonstrated that they were pre fallen Into. At It has orln.'n magnificently ,I. egg
enough to eat. desires-that Is the broad was created by congressional action (110 degrees), not ',: light corn syrup
of Its cup
''lutrste his point the Presl"W pared for the Nipponese Infiltration! to and although there are few to the requirements hot, proceed according to directionson vanilla extract.
highway peace. all great problems In !36 teaspoon
position on
tactics, for Allied patrols drove the in either house who will deny that I then
temporary Chill
package serve
shortages of of contests and seeded raisin
the past In spite opposition M, cup chopped
essential to keep
Kokoda In the control is
' back from
several sections of the coun- Jape area HARRY HOPKINS : price skyrocketing both the it will do so now and In the BotteracoUb Ice-Box Cake. 54 cup chopped pecan meat
number of foothills. Specially trained in Jungle prices from i of contents and (Hrrvea' CI to 1))
similar shortages house and senate are still] refusingto future in p"e op- Beat egg white until Itlt!. Add I
ely] the Allied troops were able 17th Groom "
fighting
to DOli Hun. 1 recipe butterscotch cornstarch
occur he said, am'these give Mr. Henderson the funds heRTLF.D syrup slowly beating constantly.Add .
to meet the Japs on their own terms 16
reasons for the bee1 Social historians recalled that pudding vanilla and half of raisins and

: I.-The usual ofT-seasor and to deal them their first defeatin times before the White House had INDEX CARDS sS: BUS SCIIKDULKLeave : U cap cream whipped nuts. Spread between layers and on ;

t;:Z-Peopie with more money a type of fighting that earlier been the scene of weddlngi. Thus ; BRADFORD COUNTY Starke Lady fingers or cake strips top of cake. Sprinkle with remainIng '

er before trying to buy mon had won Malaya and Singapore for Lease Lend Administrator Harry VI per Northbound F..a"tboun.1 raisins and nuts.

"t cuts; 3-Greater con them. Hopkins and Mrs. Louise Gill Macy TELEGRAPH. 3:40: A, M. 3:15: A, M.

of meat by the armed became the 17th couple to say "1 nn,i>Knnn 9:45: A. M. 7:30: A. M. Lynn Says: Lemon Smothered Chop.

than they ever ate In civilian do" in the historic old mansion on s.*<.OtiVTY.' ''' FLONI1Stits II. t.H'-: ''' 1:40: P. M. 845: I'. M. (Serve I to I)

:The necessity of buying in I MISCELLANY: I Washington's Pennsylvania avenue. CERT.IumenIOO. .. Atfoniilnit. 2:35: P. M St. Augustine: Household Tips: Are you wondering S pounds pork er lamb cbope,
Plaintiff' how those and
Morrl.' pots pans
e for between I cat thick .
the
personal relationship Jof.I
The close 2:45 M. 7:20: A.
services which fur- Zwrhrmla Maori Defendant. : P.
to last for the duration?
going
tens the shortages. Jurisdiction of Hopkins and the President ('.... NO. 2107UUDISFl 3:10:: P. M. 6:40: P. M. are Pat I la a large covered skillet er
WASHINGTON. Since the for these has
rtv "' production chicken fryer Cover top of meat "
Problem Cf emphasized by the fact that the tAPPEAItAND For Palatka'8UP :
was 6:20 P. M.
at shortages, the President Roosevelt' military com NOTlr-B: TO : been sharply curtailed you will wltliiS '
declared held In the White toAJfon closely
ties wedding was UP FLORIDA. M.
in 8TMTB
directly mission was upheld by the Supreme Maerl.I rlnnu : want hints on keeping them In lemons sliced ,I
papectee1 ,
scrap and witnessed by Mr. and Ina Zerbonln Count-:"
IIIlvale House M.Jacksonville.
11:15 P.
der i campaigns court when that body denied the Roosevelt.] Provlnr, of Its Cisa1 : "cooking" condition: 1 Urge sweet onion cut In ring* t "
y-iron and steel Nazi saboteurs the right to Mrs. try of Italy. Aluminum Leaving food in
Waite fats seven Social historians further recalled Ton' are required to appear on 1 green pepper cut la ringsI
tin cans and rub- beard in civil court. th Leave Starke aluminum than
have their case ., ttll 'In wherein longer necessary salt I
tcaspooa
since the last
it 24 years namedbCourt Wrslhound
Chief Justice Stone made the announcement that was and (*aufl4t, Southbound soaking the utensil before washIng -
Ievlt wedding bad occurred. reeks divorce.. Bradford Four ever all S
said he was appeal- holding that court was White House plaintiff TVIraraph. shall publlxh this 3:35: A. M. 8:25: A. M. and alkalies such as soda spell

.very householder every shop not granting the prisoners' plea to That was in 1918 when Alice Wilson fnnnty Order In next four wevklv lessee 10:35: A. M. 1:40: P. M. short wear for this metal. If X cup. tomato Juice

every citllen "to dig deep file writs of habeas corpus after an niece of President Woodrow Wilson .Witn, at .*mark,H my, hand Florida and, thin offirlalfie. July 12:40: P. M. 5:55:: P. M. you want to clean aluminum without Dot with flakes of fat cut from 1 1n 1-

awe cellar barn and back tribunal bad completed extensive and the Rev. L Stuart McElroy were Zitth, 142. A. J. Thomas Not to Gainesville 12:40: A. M.3M endangering its wearing period meat or butter. Cover and cook on
army
nd turn in every ounce of hearings and testimony as married A. Clerk' nf ....lei l OFFICIAL court. HEAL) : P. :111. 8:25: P. M.6M use very fine scouring powder top of stove 1H. hours or until done. I

to war production. to their guilt.LONDON 7.31 4t 1-21 : P. M. ---------- or steel wool for discolors Lift onto a hot platter being careful '

Love is enemy agent AIR POWER: 11 rinrriT. rot-RT, BHADKOHOroi l\" "'..AoI-: 9:45: P. M. 8:25: A. M. tions. Or cooking acid foods like keep lemon onion and pepper 'fl'flto
Pl.OHIIJtl
ANS: British youths training 'Scourge the Reich'Even CKKV.MTV. Not to Ocala 8:2: P. M. tomatoes rhubarb and apples] will slice in place. The meat cooked
No. 1 for
ed Air RaymondslltiermlSchmidt.' lSef.n' Via Gainesville do the trick. this way acquires a chicken texture '
to make commando .
Command with the royal navy of his four-motored '
relays
as while the lemon, onion
and
rOIlS "It's not drunkenness dant fane. No 2101 GalnflIvllle! Ocala Tampa Iron: Wash in hot sudsy wa color
II the togs that haunt raids. talk in pubs that RAF bombers were raining 4,000- ORDER PI'RLKMTIOV AND At. PeterlburK. ter. If this doesn't clean it, use pepper and tomato make a delicious !
eUUan and careless busters" Hamburl" TO APPBAKBTATK
islands was th. ,ao- most grief." said an pound "block on NOTIfB Of' FLORIDA toi !f..nrletta hot soda and water. If rusted, sauce accompaniment. t I
meet the
by us submarine yards, shipping .
the navy of the causes Hihmlitt who- r .<- RELIABLE use scouring powder or steel
erea We find that Inmost (teller : THE OLD
I lInIAed command of all officer. "It's love. faculties and war factories AI.Marsb.l duce ,U. M$ N. 13th Kt. I'hlladel- wooL Always dry completelyand Hal you a parlirular houtthalil or I ,
Aerations in that air. cases the offender who gives Sir Arthur T. Harris phi. Ponnnylviinla onxeptembrr If you need a good laxative or cathartic in for cooking prubtrm on which you would1k.espers.dries' I
area. required to appear wrap paper storage.
information i is a fellow Ton are 'nit ta Mt t LynnLhamhnt
en away vital Germany that unless it overthrows I4Z In the above \ biliousness
OUneernent warned 7th., to relieve headache Tin: This metal does not keep '
If / Union
was ] impressivean wherein ml ei<"rn/Veitipaper
purposely
particularly Court and cause '
is not lords and makes
named
hOWever. for who its Nazi war .. Bradford that lazy tired feeling when due to shiny Indefinitely. Remove burnt Street Cisice
a. It explained. to be a big shot with plaintiff >. kn dlv de. tails a. to command Is trying peace the combined forces of the YlnT"l r.ph shall publish: thlaOror temporary constipation ask for and (foods by boiling in soda and water IGhnoia..zplaining your problem fully

: and the exact Ioeatiom rea some girt"NEW York motorists British and American bombing fleets Wltn..next my hand and I offklel be sure you get I for five minutes never long la Aer. f'/e.a..ndes./ e g'"mp"' ..//

Irterl could YORK New "will scourge the Third Reich from *.*al at Htarke. Florida. this July .,.. Rinse and dry thoroughly. *.J,.*..., ...r la ft lor your rrpr.Released :
HERBINB
. au.e not be\ dla- paying their license fees nestleal' to end." _J 27th, 1942. A, J. Thomas .ajr Western Newipaper UoJoe.iLi S
end
to they would b. of win receive a metal An Clerk of aald' court ALL DRUG STORES
the enemy. ing NY-43: Instead of new pates ead ,.n u -21 (OFFICIAL: SEAL, ) (LpLpI




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."" ElG.... RItAD....... CO",.." -m p/iRAPIt.. STARKE. FleOMDA FRm.y. .. a.. _
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In the above Alfred Hudglna, Defendant. Case "[8: !
September 7th.. 1542 of
i:W riRf-rrr COITRT. BRADFORD No. 2053.OttVER. obtalne .
ness men were not satisfied with AND named Court and cause wherein No. 2081.ORDKK. Th.
roUNTV, FLOHIOAI I'M Bradford 0? PUBLICATION Board
Russell KayTOOLATE b plaintiff seeks divorce. AND t
that explanation. True t e ydidn't NOTICE TO APPEAR .10ner. for ou
this NOTICE TO APPEARStATE the
Bmfi'y1i'end.. William STATUS OF FLORIDA to: Olady.Morrl..on County TelegraPh shall publish] reserves eUUOI
Plaintiff. vs. ,
know. They may or may r. In next four weekly issues.Witness OF FLORIDA toi John right' I
1 Ads, Order :
I). Fender. Defendant CamNORDEH whose residence formalities I 10 "
--' hand and officialseal Alfred Hudgins. whose residence Is In '
'- not bave seen the delinquent tax Oeorlll.: my all bidi. or .
.
this July21st. Unknown.You I
OP PUBLICATION AND required to appear on at Htarke, Florida Each bid fl
advertised In tbe local
Hot
Tfluiq
alt NOTICE TO APPEAR September 7th.. 1943, In the above .. U43.IOFFICIAL. are required to appear on a Certified he .
TO CLASSIFY paper but that didn't tell them STATE OF FLORIDA to: William named Court and cause wherein SEAL) A.S. Thomas September 7th.. 1942. in' the above the amount "h"ek U.< '
(of
much of anything with descrIp- U. Fender whose residence Is plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford As Cleric of Bald Court 7.24 4t 8-14 named Court and cause wherein the base bid fh. DIr ; "
lL Commissioners of Highland Mount. Virginia.You County Telegraph shall publish this plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration the bidder A. a
))1 like those of mother tions for the most part listed as are appear on Order In next four weekly l .sue.. NOTICETO of Maiden Name. Bradford tract Will If \1.
many Ulrtlatlo"
"unknown" and a brief legal description September 7th., the above Witness my hand and official WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! County Telegraph shall publish contract .nler tile ,
i county in the state confronted named Court and cause, wherein seal at "tsrke.. Florida this July That John C. Hall will on the this Order In next four weekly Is- Commisai.5, the 10'1
of raising of the property. such as plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 21Mt.. un.10FFICIAL. 24th day of August. 1942. applyto .u..... rcr,
with the problem
trying: "let 1. block 4" or "Range this County Telegraph shall publish this SEAL) A. J. Thomas the County Judge of Bradford Witness my hand and official with the' lea i"rida I c
:lTh sufficient tax revenue 'to meet Order In next four weekly Issues. As Clerk of said Court ".24 4t d-14 County Florida, for permission to seal at Htarke, Florida this JulyOFFICIAL THE ,, m.

costs found that either and Township that". Witness my hand and official sail at private sale the Interest of 218t., 1942. Mlh11oxftM\ fp "Il)
operating "..al at $Mtarke Florida., thin July IV CIRCUIT ('OIHT. BH%I>FORICOUVrV. ) Mavadella Maxine Hall and Gloria ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas OF ,
: tbe millage would have to be increased So they asked to see the tax 27th.. 1942. A. J. Thomas FI.OHIO IM i.HA.- lena Hall minors In and to the As Clerk of said Court 7-2.4t b-14 IDA.UUADJ'HD

t which meant Imposing list and with a map and plat A* Clerk of aid court. JohnHD. following property: Lots 25 28, 27. ITATIQ
brass 7-31 4tZl (OFFICIAL SEAL) Henry. Plaintiff. vs. Cleo 28. 37. :35. 39 40 S. In 1: 3 ,
additional burdens on those who book they got down to henry Defendant. Case No. 2U9.IOltDKK osooc& Hall FORM OfADVBRTIXKMKNT Attest e.

paid. or collect a substantial tack and were astonished to find OK PUBLICATION AND 7-24 4t 8-14 -Guardian. FOR BIDS l
IN: ('lItCIlF COI'RT. imilJFOBD NOTICE TO APPEAR KQU1PMKNT FOR "- 3t Iy I.t .
r 8.7 A
: ; am unt of taxes then on the that hidden behind those innocent COItNTY. FLOHIUAl IM:
E* books. appearing listings were properties (; Henry whose residence Is Un- IV CIRCUIT COl'R'P BWAIJFORnrOIINTY. S'rARKF PLA.fleeket IN "
Kath'erlne No. Kl.. M-206! R CMCTl'r
Anderson Daly Plaintiff known. FI.UIUU"I IH CMANBdward C'OI
The prospect of collecting was of amazing value properties : vs. James! Michael Daly. Defendant.: You are required to appear. on C'EItY Sealed proposals will be received .r. F1.Ollli.1t7 .

11 anything but promising baaed on worth many many times the Case N<>. 21 OS.UUDKU September 7th., I9U In the above W. Hodges, Plaintiff vs. by the Board of County Commissioners CERY.
OK PUBLICATION AND named Court and cause, wherein Frances F. Hodges, Defendant. Case for the County of Bradford, roura May
the experience of other counties small amount of taxes outstand- NOTK-H TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford No. 2080OROEtS State of 'Iorlda. at the office for William &.eorge'mphpU. P.

where delinquent accounts had ing against them propertiesthat HTATfi OF FLORIDA to: James County Telegraph: shall publish this 0V PUBLICATION AND. the said Board, at Court House, dent.ORDER Case No. !:' 5 'bl
Michael Daly, co| Nellie Ualy Order In next four weekly Issues. NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke. Florida until 1 P. ]M. Kas- OF "
been turned over to "special tax were bringing in good income 199 Atlantic Ave., MHO; N. Y.: I Witness. my hand and official STATE OK FLORIDA to: Frances tern war time August 7, 1942 NOTiCE P"lLJrAT\

eA attorneys." Such an arrangement office buildings stores, You are required to appear on seal at Htarke, Florida. this July F. Hodges, whose residence la Un for the furnishing' of certain equipment OeD STATE('Op FLlRiDAY; ,
September 7th., 1942 In the abovenamed Hint., 1942.IOFFICIAL. known. rie .
and furnishings forBRAD'ORI" ,ii
served only to dissipate receipts. bank buildIngs. theatres bearing Court and cause, wherInplaintiff SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs You are required to appear on ) COUNTY HBALTH .2 tunseith "hOa r p,

;1 in exhorbitant tees and court'l' groves swanky residences. seeks. divorce and Custodyof Clerk, of said Court24 4t 8-14 September 7th.. 1942. In the above AND MEDICAl. CENTER: Penn"Ylvanla p,
Minor Child. Bradford County named Court and wherein
cause r.qulred
8TAKKE. FLORIDAAt
cost, leaving the county I Why here was opportunity: Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I" c''Iel'IT on HT. nn.\r)Foiin plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford which Urn and place they will August 1lh., lYsi!. 10 In

;}' few cents on the 'dollar as its here was a gold mine. They had next four weekly Issues.. (4)151': *. FLOltllltl I* 'IIA.\- County Telegraph shall publish this be publicly opened and read. named plaintiff find '1
.
Witness my hand and official ( ERYMorris Order In next four weekly Issues. Seeks dsvnr"Ua.
Proposals, special conditions
and
hare. been looking for. some safe placeto seal at Htarke. Florida, thin' July Chaltln Plaintiff vs. Anna Witness my hand and official Instructions and detail specifications or chidren, Bradford".

Smart "tax dodgers" who let invest their money worrying An 28th Clerk, 1942.': of said ronrt. J. Thomas Hock 2091 Chaltin, Defendant.. Case No. seal 21..r..at 1943.IOFFH'IAL Starke. Florida, this July may be examined at the offlre Iraph "hll Weekly Puhiish thl"i

their taxes ride found that they about the stock market and PUBLICATION of the Board of County Commissioners Witness. .
7-31 4t 8-21 (OFFICIAL SEAL) ORDER OK AND SEAL) A. J. Thomas for the County of Brad my

q4 could depend on buying the property dwindling dividends, when right NOTICE TO APPEAR Aa Clerk of said Court .,.It 4t 8-14 ford. Starke, Florida, and at the r.eai 16th..at "tark. hRn Florid ut

back when sold at the courthouse here at home they could Invest a IV riHfl'lT COI'RT.' BRAI>FORICOUNTY. > STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna offices of Ivan' H. Smith.I Architect Knight 194. I
FLURIUAI IN CHAN- Rock Chaltln. whose residence Is iv: CIRCUIT C O5YRP. BRADFORD of the firm of Reynolds Brewton, Atty.. for Knl/ht.
81.1
door for a few cents on few hundred dollars) in a tax certificate C'.;"Y I 2S1 West 98th Street New York C'OII>NTV. FLOItlUtl IV: CHAN-; Smith and Hills Engineers and A. J. Thomas .

't4 the dollar. Attorneys who received and be assured of 8 percent Julian Af. Morrison, Plaintiff vs. New York. 4l*KH V I Architects 316 Duval Bldg., Jacksonville Aa Clerk '
Olixdysi Morrison Defendant. Case You are required to appear on Ruth Huda-lns, Plaintiff vs. John I Iexl.tlna Florida, and copies there- f rt4 8-1
_
a Juicy flat fee for every on their investment with security ''flPFW1i,

wi suit filed, plus ten percent cared; to burn. Fur t hermore, C ELECTION.

nothing about the returns to the they could make such an investment NOTICE OF '

county or the Injustice the vicious> I as a patriotic citizen, as a

) L4f "system" Imposed on the honest of Insuring lower taxes for
means
WHEREAS The Legislature of 1941. forms of indebtedness issued for road provision of the Constitution tlon conservation: aDd regulation of tn.
taxpayer. themselves and all other honest under the Constitution of 1883 of the and ld.rua'd"by any county or relating to Amendments. but snail be. the birds, game fur bearing animals. said .territory embraml, i I.
S C State of Florida. did pass 9 Joint special ; district or regarded. as an additional method and fresh water fish of the state ot Precmta
: v taxpayers1. Resolutions proposing amendments to other special taxing district outstanding Amendment thereto. Florida, and the acquisition establian- t 83 UCI. and 2 t 3
Highlands county commissioners e e the) Constitution ot tbe State of Flor on July 1st. 1931. or any refunding Approved by the Governor. May 5. men control and management of clncts numbered such o tSTi

didn't want to raise the "There's said the Ida. and the ssme were agreed to DY Issues thereof.. Said Board 1941. natchertes. sanctuaries, refuges reservations east of the so 8
your answer a vote ot three-fifths of all the members nhsll have the statutory power of Plied lo office Secty of Sta.... May ft.194L and all other oropertv now wete &o I
'
mlllage; they didn't want to resort business executive. "All you need elected to each nouset that the Boards of County Commissioners. and or hereafter owned or used for such Bay.Anoth..1'

to the unprofitable and unatlsfactory do Is advertise those votes on said Joint Resolutions were Bond Trustees and of any other purposes by the State of Florida shall Districts of the .''d 0at
propertiesand
entered upon their. respective" Journal". Authority of special road and bridge A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing be vested In S Commission to be .hal COIPr
..
"special tax attorney"method. explain to the people of thla with the T..*. and nan thereon. and districts and other ipeclal taxing districts an Amendment to Article Sixteen ol known .. the Oame and Fresh Water which l. I'

But they had to do county what amazing Investment they did determine and direct that thereof with regard to said the Constitution of Florida by adding Pish Commission Such Commissionshall trlcI 11141. embraced Connis
the said Joint Resolutions be submitted bonds I except that the power to: levy thereto sn additional Section Permitting consist of five members one No 3 e doll I
something. So they Invited a opportunities they represent. to the electors. of tbe State at ad valorem. taxes Is expressly. withheld the Legislature to vest the Powers from each congressional. district .. of the IIDUt t

group of local civic leaders, businessmen There Is plenty of money here the> Oeneral Election Is November from said board! and shall take overall of making Rules and Regulations Relating existing on January 1. 1941. who shall m.loD.. eld Cunty O
1MJ: papers documents sad records to the Conservation of SaltWater be appointed by thetOovernor.. subject 1 except the
and taxpayers to sit In that folks are anxious to invest." NOW. THERKPORB. I. A ORAT concerning the came. Said Board Plan. and Salt Water Products to confirmation by the Senate. The in .for.d, Etetit5

with them and discuss the prob "Don't just list property by the Secretary of R Hate of shall have the power from time to In a Board, or Commission.. members so appointed] shall annually nuD..rd ana a ltd I
.Stat G time to Issue refunding bonds to mature SB select one of their members Chair IletloD Precinct oumiw
lem. Florida, do notice that IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATORS
legal description. Take a displayad a. s within the Mid fifty <3O> vesT OF FLORIDA: man of the Commission.. .e 1. _iI shots ?,

Commissioners explained the just as a real estate man GBNEKAt ELECTION period for any of laid outstanding That TUI STAT the Constitution 2. The firs mmbe. of the Commission Bay.T. I
win he held In each county tn Worlds bonds or interest tbereon. and to secure County
dilemma and of the State of Florida be snail b Omalsi ,,
passed the troublesome would do. Point out the location appointed on January
them be
on Tuesday n..succeeding the tint by a pl..dof anticipated amended by adding thereto an addi 1. 1943 and shall serve elected In
buck to the fellows who In improvements and other Monday In 1041 thesaid rlP from such gasoline or other Section respectively general lo D US"flee
advantages N.em. A D tlOa to be known as Section fo one. two. t four and lireyeaR. el..ctoo >
to be distributed for
to such .
the end of the day would have T.day said Article 16. authorizing the At the of hm I*
and then show
how you can county herein bus not ... .ab o which they ,
DAT NOVEMBERfor shall .
pro..ld. to vest the power of mak- such a
to pay the bills. The commissioners TIRD 01 at a greater rate of said .al.lau. ter. .Uccr .b..1 .p and their ."
Invest later.1
$743.94 8
of
at percent Interest ratification or rejection of thesaid bonds now bear: and to .... taD. or I'ul. regulations relating to polD 1 serve fO a. tel'l of tl.y..a. be affected. t.D .u
were playing safe. They with bank Joint Resolutions proposln Camendm"Dta conservation of salt water fish and a
a building for exchange on behalf of any county or thereafter there Th'll
were "behind the 8-ball" and they t the Constitution o unit fo sole purpose of retiring salt water products In a bad or commission 3. The member of the Commission the I
security or $128.25: secured witha the State of .1.: said tb by such be and the hereby shall receive no compensation for their DI.trlct ettablulied
wanted some good company.It theatre." A JOINT Plod Proposingan special road and bridge CUDty... or or agreed to. and shall be submitted to services .. such but each Commissioner PU1uaoC, this ujffl,

la difficult to gather togethera .. RLUOZ five. of the other special district thereof for the eleton of the State of Florida shall receive his necessary traveling In his CommlMlooe sin du
ta.lnl
of The county commission and the Constitution of Florida by Adding gasoline or otb.1 tax anticipation General ratification or rejection at the or other expenses incurred while and elected. from t
group representative Election nat Obd
citizens to be held
on the
Thereto certificates engaged In the of his .
an Additional Section Interest at Of
Relating not
dlb&e
and taxpayers without school Board of Highlands County than bal'ln" first Tuesday aft the first Monday tidal duties but r..r County Ccnakd
assembling t the Election of ca.l. Judges more ) per cent .1' annum In November as follows: .lch .h.1 Dl. Dade who bia>d

some level headed straight think decided to try the plan. Eachstanding BB IT RI0LVJ BY T LEO 13LATT7RK In at such such denominations time within : : fifty maturing I section. 3 The Legislature may ceed. the sum of I.O any on.ream. the fter In".1 bold election. 1.1 I'?1

ing individuals whose business half the cost of the advertising That Article T STATOPrRIDA. (S0> year period s* the Board may vest In Board or Commission. 4. Among the powers granted t the four yean Die office
now created povm
and personal experiences h a v etau&ht 33 properties were listed the Itat G Florida OllttloD determine.the powers In now addition provided t by exercising statute I by It. auUtol'ly o to that make may and be establish created I Commission the power to by fix this bag to fix be compensation miaiionen of web Cmnn M

them to tackle any prob in the first ad. Did the tax to be tb..t as an Section additional 44 of Section said for the Investment. of sinking funds rl.uniformity..latloD. without. regard open and clo. nf"D"ba statewide tie ob.1.be law I boa d|
.no. '
lem with common a ens e and collector do a landofflce business Article to tbe Election of Circuit aid created Board for may said use bonds the of sinking funds to the conservation of salt water relating flab find,to be 01 loa b.le. a* It may Appro..e by the Ootmicr. J

sound Judgment. I'll say be did! A lot of folks darn Judges to and be. and shall the be same submitted Is herebvgreed to I or special road and bridge any district county o and Approved salt water pruc.. the .approprte. and to of regulate taking 19F ed la Betty

They couldn't see why it should near sprained their ankles trying I the electors of the State of Florida other unit b..rnd. t purchase by O..rnO. Ju. 12. transporting storing and using birds 28. 11141. oflc I l.

be any more difficult for to get there first. And the : for ratlflratlon or rejection at the matured or maturing bnd partici 11141.FI. ... tn Secretary of State game fur .bearing_animals fresh water
a political General Dating herein of any ofic nun. reptiles ana The A
11 subdivision to collect its debts county gets ALL the money the I first Tuesday Election t the be b..11 Monday on the or other other special road end cunt. 0. 12 Commission to shall .I ampblbla.. 1..r an Amendment JOINT. Rssonrnoii to Section lot P M]

than for a private business to do honest taxpayer the full benetlt'l In.November.. 194X .follows: provided special that taxing at to district said matured thereof A JOINT RILUOI Proposing aqlll.necessary by purh.. RI. all.. prp X of the Constitution at ruu

no. If the accounts Congratulations Section 49. Circuit Judgesshall bonds the value tbre' as an investment an aendmeo Section 3. fo U. "of the Commission In the latlng t Homestead nt 6H
were just
so
I Il"r' be..afl' b elected by the qualified shall be tb. price paid of Constitution of the of .. Its powers, as Permit tbs Win hi
ana toe claims) were good, it their respective JudicialCircuits which shall not exceed the par tb..r..fo.. Florida. Relative to Census Stat 5. CommIssion ber.Ude. Income from any Or 1
ought :to be easy particularly :eTflCVI4' COURT.; Bn, .i>FoiiiiiivrY as other State and County plus accrued Interest and said portionment by Amending Section p fix t.T. of. and .bal..ppln' D.to any Person. RN I
FLOHii. tCIIAN officials are elected. investment shall bear 1 rea:1 the of said. Article so aa to Designate suitable person.' as I'a as Provided 1.
when those who owed would C"RY. The first election of rate of three O) per cent annum Broward County as a Senatorial Dis- and .ub' Director shall Dirc. Subject of Oarahlnnint t q

either save to pay or lose their Florence Rudolph Randall, Plaintiff vs. snail be held at the Cri".udp.oloo (c). Te said pr annually tl' and designate Calhoun County powers duties as may be prescribed the tent of not more. O 29% IM
Randall Defendant. Case Bard Courts of
No. 2102. In 1S4S to take ottc. on the fl. use county ac Quit County .a SD.trlal Dis by the Commission In pursuance of tbI Stl a I
Provided
property. fund by .
Tuesday after Uonday count trict.BB.- Its duties Sunder this Section. Such tm,
pay current
OUDKK OF1 PlTriMOATION lre. principal
e e e ) AND January.. IMS. for a term of six ,ea. and Ilre.e' t If any. of said IT RESOLVED BY TEE LEGIS Director --shall subject to.the any Oblr.tlon Arlnlni f fci

"Maybe the property isn'tWorth t1TA gTg.m1I'1; R1 Eto'Flor.: Tb .of all sueb offices ss they .lne l'urll.0 other fuel tax LTI OF THE 8TAT FLORIDA I of the Commission, appoint'aPPrva Adoption CDta">'SJ I
exist at the time of anticipation salaries and at !
ence. Randall whose residence Is .ral. calrl.t.of such county aend men. to ot pleasure remove. further. ProvidIng I
te taxes." ventured one Unknown.You adoption thl Amendment shall be or ra bridge di.trick .- Section 3 of Article the Con .IHtn" and other employees who In' Cases lmpl
Individual who understood are required to appear on and they are hereby extended to terminate or ... taxing stitution of the Stat of Florida rela such powers and duties as Twenty-five o Inol. 0!
that September 7th., 1941 In the above on the tint Tuesday afe toe district th..ref; 8O.pla, to estab live to Census may be .lln'to them bv the Commission as to Dl. per .
apporloDm..nt. of Lift H
some commissioners) contended named Court and wherein. first Monday In January flab a account to meet designating Br..ad or No Commissioner Defined.N..e".ltl. .
this to be the case and termed plaintiff seeks. dlvorrff.cause Bradford Approved by the Governor. June II future reu'rm..at of said bonds and thirty-ninth D..trlc. shall be eligible for any such o L1.t
gasoline .. and Calhoun appointment or employment. BE
County Telegraph shall publish this 111.Plllld tax anticipation County and Gulf r
the delinquent items "cats and Order In next four weekly Issues. In omo of Ic.t of State. certificates where t appears the an. &the fortieth 141 Senatorial S. The funds resulting; from the LATRI OP THB 8TAT OPHd
dogs" that nobody wanted Witnesa. my hnnd and official: June 13 III. ticipated Income any year or years and the .. hereby a Dlatrct operation of the Commission and from t. following .m.n_'
any. seal at ! how. 117th, 1043. A. J. Thomas A .I RLUOI Proposing! thereon J.and third soy remaining bal of the State of Florida for ratification tblti.e, ; of Florida uthorutni Ill n
But bard headed practical bui- As Clerk of said court. 'aD I of the alice of the proceeds of said two or rejection at the oo..rl Election to f. bearing animals meat of any w.. saint! n C ]
"-31 4t 8-S1 (OFFICIAL SEAL) constitution of the State Florida (I2c) cents of said taxes shall be held on the first after the reptll.and amohlblans. together with due any person \its bw
Relating to Taxation and Finance by during the Year be remitted mODtb. first Monday In November 1942. ae any oher funds specifically provided family as DrovlsXI tmll 1 Adding Thereto an Additional Section board as follows: Eighty IN rittcriT. C-OVHT. BRADFORD Creating a State Board of Administration cent. to the State Road Department. for Section 3. The Legislature State Came Fund and shall be used hereby sin-fed 1 mil o Mmltted
roi vrv. Fi.oHiu.4i IM CHAN.tKHV. ; Prescribing Its the cn.tuctlon or reconstruction of meet In regular that thai by the Commission It shall deem to the ..,.to of w
Duties and Providing for the er.u State Rl. ad bridges within the those that shall session A. D. 1925 and fit In carrying .the provisions the: Oeneral Election of Bn"lvea
Leonard A. Gray Plaintiff, vs. Pe of Two Cents per 0.10D cnty. the lease or thereafter shall meet every ten years hereof and for no other nurooses. The ; in 194J for their IOHWJMectlon
l>olly Woods Gray Defendant. Case Ouoln. or Other Motor Tax brldgee connecting: State purhu" sentation In the apportion the repre 3ommt lnn may not obligate Itself : tht Is to 51, tint m
No. 2105oRIIcR Senate and shall
for Payment and Retirement. within the County. and levond the of be amended l
11 twenty (20%) provide forty (40) current resources of the b
OF fo ) Senatorial Dis-
PUBLICATION( AND of Outstanding Bonds Issued Bv per cent to the Board of County Com tricts. such Districts to State Came Fund unless. specifically thereto the follow-In S:
NOTK'R TO as nearly
APPEAR Any County or Special Road and missioners of such b so authorised b the
8TATK3 county fo use equal In population Legislature. Section 1-A.
.
Woods OF FLORIDA to! Dolly Bridge District Prior to First Day of roads and brldres therein. O but no County shall aa be prtcabl. 7. Te Legislature may enact any wages and Ineomt T.1 "f
I known Gray whose residence la Un July A. D 1831. for ROd and Bridge Id). Said Bor shall have the making such apportionment and la. | of. but not Inconsistent whatsoever due and on.*

You are required Purposes and for (2) Public Highway power to .ofoc all rules each District shall have one Senator with the provisions of this amendment come due and owlni t.
to :
sppenr on14q.ptenber Purposes.BE and regulation the full and all laws Inconsistent who Is the head of a
7th., 194 provided that Broward County. Flor .x"tlnl I.mi
In the ...
named Court and above IT RESOLVED BY THB LEGIS.LATURE .r. of. the powers hereby granted ida, shall constitute the Thirty-ninth herewith no longer. remain ID this State Ih.1 t he R
cause wherein
,
plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford 0.THE STAT FLORIDA: (I..Rlatlon .hal be required to (39th) Senatorial District and Cal In f..re and effect. All laws fixing earnlshment. OUT
County Telegraph shall' this That to render of full force hon County. Florida and Oulf Coun- pn"lt. fM the violation of tn. 110 State .me be profiiW S
publish
Order I in next four weekly :Issues. Article IX of tbe Constitution of the and operating effect from and after ,. Florida shall constitute the For .. amendment and sll the not mn'thu
witness my hand and official State of Florida relating to Taxationand January 1st. 1943 The Legislature. tieth <40) Senatorial District; and at Imposlnu license taxes shall b enacted such salary wares. and liii'
seal at Htarke Florida, this July Finance by adding thereto an ad shall continue the levies of laid taxes the same time the Legislature shall by the L..latur. time the payment of .". onl"I"
29th. 1K43. A. J. Thomas dIIOD' section to be known .Sec during the life of this Amendment. also soportlon the representation. In to time by express. or lmPllfliJ(
As Clerk of said court. ton of said Article IX cretlnl a end .hal not enact any law having the Hm"w of Representatives. and Anproved by the OO"eDO. May 5. sequent to th l l IO 0
7-S1 4t 8-21 OFFICIAL, I'IFAI.' ) Stt Board of .. .- the of withdrawing. the proceeds .hel allow three (II) Representatives. 1941.[ amendment provided h.
lu nnw." and- riutl**. and of said two Sol cents of said taxes ..eh of the most populous F"- In office Secty of State. MayA the Legislature shall n' "E
"NEW LIFE"for C Pl'o..ldlOI for the use of the proceeds from the' oneratlon of this amendment countl. and two (21. Renrraentatlves S 1941. right of rarnl-hment 0 JJ
..n.r the gasolineor Te Board shall pay refunding each of the next eighteen: vided' where the. wl rt !. ;
more
Spring AUTO PARTS other motor fuel ODt for lit thepayment other .O"D. for ... ponulous counties and one Represen. JOINT RESOLUTION per week enceot to W".,J
and of all outstanding .rendered specifically for. o which tative to earn of the remainIng Proposing may from I1WCby t UI
coun an
Amendment e
are to Article of the
OxfordsGet USED TIRES (WE II A V E or special. bonds rood....u.and bridge any count of proprl. chsraesble. from funds to. the distributed account npnortlonment..of the state Should at the the time of inch Constitution of the State VII Florida. Anproved the Leorlslature.I by the Oo nwf.

YOUR SIZE)}. GENERATORS prior to the Pn. Day of July.dltrle. of to such count: but general. expenses fali to apportion the representation Legislature m Bel"tnl. to County and Municipal 19 ?*
the
Board for Si.In $0
1031 for rendered. all the Senate Oov..rm.n. Soct
"Ic.
bridge and In the Route o
Out Those OW, Spring AUTO GLASS CASH FOR for II) public highway pup.ad the counties alike eh.1 be prorat 1 resentative Kt any regular of R..p A' IT ENACTED BT TUB tEOlS- 11. 1941. ore.
.
Slippers. We'll)) Make C.IRS AND TRUCKS IX ANY la hereby agreed to and shall purp. among them and out of said the Le"'slsture at any of the. times OF THE STAT FLORIDA:
Them CONDITION. bitted to the ..Iector of the State of funds on the same hauls laid tax pro- herein designated. It shall be the mat the .. $ to Ar P
Do For Another Season. Florida for ratification or rejection reeds are distributed among the sev of the Legislature or Legislatures duty ticle' VII of the Constitution of the A JOINT .RESOLSi
I
a era) counties. : provided. lue. the Amendment ?!
State
the next Oeneral Election to be report of cerdin. such regular Florida relating to County 'onitiuOt'Ida.
session
Used Autos $2:) up la 1942. as rolo.: aid expenses... whal be. marie to each T.f'qisiatl.y5. either. In Sneclal' of Regular the- and Municipal Governments to D"n""b..r.d tide. XVI of the T*'.u.. .
Relating
the 01
"Section ). Thst R..ol,1 Legislature to Serlton 11 of said t
The Electric Shoe January lit. 1943. and for b."lonlnl Ij".l..lnfur may limit the ex .... f1""OIV In the epnortlon.Senate and. repe. VIII. he and the same herebY. AUcl. of Corporations. with er

HASKINSAUTO y.a theresfter.. the fft two penses of the Board" Bou.e! of Representatives as herein to: and shall be submitted to the elec jar for Rlglou Ilt.tl
Shop 1211 cents pet gallon of the total tax Anproved by the Go..ero May 13. nro"lc..d The rrcedlnreruiar Fed- tor* ol the Ptate for ratification or EucationAl. 'Lltr.OBgh
levied by the Stste law rejection at the next election.
PARTS upon gasoline Fii" regular Census general iii '
which t'b
Opposite Park Theatre sod other like oodu..te of In office Secty o State. May ever shall have Stat. taken to be held In Nnvemh. 1<2. to-w1t!> IT l'

North of Town on Road IS now known as &end ptrole1m 0. Tx. 13 1941 any apportionment. of R.nr......ntstlvea nearest Section II. The Count Commissioners IATUt OP 1. sTATO'Setoo
and upon other .. 1n the and of shall "
u. l.n..t ID the House section Ie o
motor shall propl A Proposing Of elected. at .. 1942absll 10
.hlcl. aa JOIN RI0LUOl t..pr..ntat. th. In
placed monthly 'con" .a of .h.1 .ontrl In mak. after. .I..to. XVI of theof Con.ulOn 0
Roads Immediately
the b.'nntn. t
a"1tlolm..n.
Distribution ndl.nIDt the State Treasury the State of Florida to be known as the L.I..tu"shall fall to event "f terms of office' .dl.tl' Florida r..latn.t "I
and divided Inl three <3> equal Section 3 of Article XVII. Relating to In resnrortIo Dads Count into five property of c.prloD"

SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! Darts which be. distributed Amendments.BE as rl.representation amendment the Legisitya missioner. *' D*.trlcts to Count .. exemptions educationS1'1t'. .

monthly among the ..r cut IT RESLV BY 1 LEOTSLATURE the O..r. (within" thirty days iv the said Commissioners from one nicipsi. b
as follows: : Sftsr .. or to five respectively snd delineate the 01 cbrltabl. DU"
T BTATOPPRIDA ." the Semis, t
One part aroordlni to ....one part That the .Ionl call tOeetber boundaries .of such Districts 'In such .1. to.1,f
Amendm..nt L11.t.
according to population one part be known aa Section 3 t '" extraordinary manner eaj to Include within f>e re- wbmltt for
AND ECONOMICAL! .rrdlnl to the counties' contribu of the present Constitution be X. the 2Sile"-.cr ".noton".n.'o t ..Id.and <. .. P'strlcte t .Ito. as follows" e.t Fori""0ent. .p.
the roes of State Iced the same Is hereby One of the paid) DIsrrters
eonttruetlrn agreed to shall be jnch .1.dln.. Lew. Cnmm'-loners' 1MJ: I
In the ratio of submitted to .. n to be held. In
distribution the electors of the State !. mandatorlly! reoulrert shall comnrlse the terrltnrv"iicn II Arth.
RIDE THE BUSSES ae omvlded In Chspter 13A39. Laws of at the pn"rl election of Representa p.. ." "Io the was on the 1st ..v of A"rll the said Seton of '
Florida. Arts of 593*. and for the pur- lives lo held In the yea A. D. 1943. "I.d Ie' root.tln.. a. '*41. embrs_i1 within F"ct1on ..Con.tltUOO t..
a".n .eD' .
tbe. apploDm.n. bl towilYSection It. adl..m". ,.. such "' numbered 94 tn !". In"lu.nd Ida aend. 1
0 .
Courteous U. eunt. I. a.1 nap 'n for .tr".dt. also steh t>arte rf **'S- follows! I"SectioB
any regular e .
Correct Information or spe .I" "et" 1$ II
nient .Onlon. "' T' .
0' r construction the cial or session' the Legislature. .t "c' n"-nh-i-ed 10. M. 61 as ...
mount o' c .DtbuCon by vot.xt "is end twenty ders WF t.. of the western Shore of Blesvne sss-ss .01 shill
tab until
Given You At U..h.by. u. m.d. na bers elected th..fouh.b H.o al mm. _l'eaVCortIonii.eaj 1" ..*"***. s al. sh B"., elI ..t".I.".bv 5 reso- : :l5 5wn l I
e da ,1 ante
be. Chapter 15499. shall termine that emergency requiring "Id.un bereineq Other than web "tlon e the fnmmheiOflSe : If t.
taken and deemed conclusive In an early. d.I.IO by the electors of the esfltiortInnmset \ I"* said Ormnrv adont** November 14 rule Pord. .

UNION, BUS STATION computing tributable) according the monthly to' ssld amount contribu dis State Constitution. dealing amendment with the to subject this ""p.e by the a.erno. Jua. 7. ,., ;I077"22"- designated Resolution Na .or heresft.tSitiOO.100T.? InPO.-! .


tions.administered Such% fund bv en the distributed Btt B..h,1 o matter-of such If the emergency proposed may Amendment be pro- "1". "ce C 8e 01 State. ,..Ano'bn.. o the lrt.sail. Districts and onl.shall the be eel t :' ,

Ad-ninlstrstlra to by a three-fourths vote I .mt. ."'' O the In* day .mat :: t'i'1erary.
.Id. of all the members A If Anrll. 'Ml. In Commissioners' dlroese. .
elected .
t---_ to each .OY .
.. The IILIOI .tr .
.. _
"
"
h-" a. as Crislrmsa. u Ro. the same shall be entered upon n .. Pnll r"trle Commissioners hUee .
1. ? ,." sad the State Como th..1.. respective with the yeas ronstitutlon the state I r.t. Nn 5. aa drtr*. tooo Pvld. t.
J.1 o Florida r
? shall .
constitute telatt, meat
e oars to Minutes of the Coun .h.1 siod
at
oorste to be known by' _. Te..upo. the I.. let ty of 1 :
Prompt Service Careful as session the pro Adc'D < Drmc Co"niiesfoneys of said County, at _"
Drivers Board of tla'ur aall ,
Administration. the
vide for ee C"tt"OD
wbliS Stan 104
Board a special held '. Create s flame el spot o -
and hsll succeed, to all the Dower control not 1 less than alne.Iel more then W. .' "... and Fresh Another of the MM Commissioners* .pa .
mjtnorltv of the statutory Board one dsv after ad- B' 1 RT Ttrw rWstrtetji shan comprise territory
of bundr "ln.v t. th.
V
..Adm.OltntlO. Said Board .bl for nubllcatlon 01 "T- watch was on the first of Anrll 111.PI" m no st
Starke Taxi b. "Iton. to such o.. notice. thereof at which special elec t/. '. IATOP BRID'' Its I. embraced I. Commis.IO"ers* I"trlct "- "
ServicePhone may noon It b lion the a Rleie Am..ndmn. to .
b.nf..d. the Droposed Amendment .1 T of lbs No 1. .de.crtr.ed In Book "I votes eirt "jSw. 1
and submitted electors of b .tat. of Florida n the "f the minute of On"' T. .
of the .D" su- t t. t. Stt. tl_ .1.t" t" the the Oont : DTOPearoasi. Ithereof. ":
of wild, 0.. old two 12. fo .01..al rejection: flensmie5. h"l. ."ifMlnners of said Ot.. n.11 I da.lautt'h !
... mnnevs outer that ln..1 election of Represen 4d'ikmei In. adl.C. an seo.. and alms an I shall b 1Ib14..
150 this aets Which on the effective date o tatives I occur within said ornod IPctoYS 30 Aees.le .. & wile en the f t day of Aorll. 1941 ,'poxilhti4hns .tr
I amendment are anollrabl or such Amendment than be I a.m" .tln. nipaqcevi fn F". .0.
,
end Warps ... ctlor tlvmt- shied leE t
.become ."". to he bonds of th*

ep.i .Ie. the P<
,.
rtM-lsl ..tl.of this Stste. or sac tion* ea" .-- and sprefl t.m. t. bevel ;'* ;-: by the aforesaid Resolution N' lt :
and brld. dlstrtrt. If s majority 1 nf the "t. '" ; TO 0'
O the elector m.sr.
Day other socei.l ".' e vet me ;
Night dl' Ur. neon tl t"000 Amendment .tl".t.. eeis.non Po. Another the satd Districts shellmini.p
orior Julv shall O C efd .r1
'e t 1.111 f.d Amendment. 1_ t. '' w s n"he
ad" the "
end bride seme shall firs, t held ..t- tI's et '!
onie a Bart of thai T.y eSegr 1st day mnmeawf.n ,
j 111'1, )d teJ"
.
__ _. "nda hernia sheJI This Amendment Oltl I" 1 t/ ,. MOda. Commissioners' .
I ". .._- --- -_ shall to .. < as restrict No 3 o f
--_ _.-__.___ bda warrants notes-aod other supersede la .1. a-qe.lbefq "P" of the
G anywise affect a p u 1 It the P and aJty Jan. "f the h 8' 1n &

-D.rester.. County at C..t.0 .
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'L"ST

7!.loU BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAM STARKE FIXMUDV

. rAOE NIX


Letter Box Olivia Lee McMillan, Nell Hemingway .
I
I a widow T. P. Hemingway -

? single and George Hemingway .
,1 SUCCESSFUL O.BAY of Duval County, heirs of

slyttn Atlanta Ga. Laura Hemingway, deceased, of Kathleen Norris Says ::

July 31, 1942 Bradford Co., parties of the first

i PARENTHOOD Gentlemen: U'TOMORROW part and L. O. Hemingway and

trt William L. Duke Area Rent Director \ wife Sarah Hemingway the, remaining Don't Rob Your ChildrenBell
Gainesville. Florida has -
heirs of the said Laura

not only forwarded Issues of the Hemingway deceased of Bradford Syndicate.-WNU features.

Bradford County Telegraph with j DON aOJMOIfSCRAPoLOGY Co., parties of the second

rFm regard to Maximum Rent Regulations I part July 27 W. W. ,
,) BT MR.. CATHZHDH COrOUD IDWABDtIsisclcrti ; Donnell
but has enthusiastically en- Jr., single to Mlna Manassa

I, Ti-fj ycjresj*** Ilopda.pON'T dorsed the forthright manner of education Grady July 29; J. M. Alvarei I'

your newspaper: in making; news and wife Lucia Alvarez, to Mina ;i iF ih
l. I've
CALL CHILD A LIAR out of regulations. Just finished traveling Manassa d
n through a lot of small towns talking Grady July 29. "I
The circulation of your newspaper O. B. Johns and
10 people about scrap. wife Winnie! ,
.' wa wrote about made easy for her to confess. By among the residents of your There is no doubt that practically' Johns to C. E. Crawford and !

prompted k by tear 01 pun. that time she would have had the Area has been directly helpful to every man, woman and child in wife Dora Crawford July 29; J. im.i4i.

yhese w. su8ated bad time with her conscience he them because of the commendable this country is now conscious: of the O. Wynn. single to Mose Brooks i 'j l
at a minimum by intended her to have and would manner In which fact that scrap iron scrap rubber
ala.t kept you have and Aug. 1; D. E. Knight and wife, "
children have gained the knowledge that lie- Vi
tin. aluminum
scrap '
and other
for your
% -
easY are. cooperating with the Office N. L. f
.a.tfQ Don't push them telling la very uncomfortable. Then scarce materials are vitally needed. Knight, to W. A. Tyler
trUth. by amends the of Price Administration In publicizing Aug. 1; D. E. Knight and N. 4
where they making next time But there is still a lot of confusion ; L.
'
u Iitton and where} &* candy was divided she wouldn't the Maximum\ Rent regulaHoM about where to turn In scrap wheth. Knight, his wife, to W. A. Tyler. i t

IOU only wlY out. This have carried her falsehood on her applicable in your Area. er it is patriotic to collect money Aug. 1; L. B. Alexander and ,

fan that you should over. conscience Into adulthood. Allow me to add my deep ap- for it, whether some Junk man Is Nora Alexander his wife, to J, L. \

'lapses i from truth. It isKhat Children sometimes lie because preciation to that already ex- getting rich on selling the frea stuff, Anderson and Alice L. Anderson S
P.b /lndln out that ilea adults have lied to them. The moth.er whether the soles should be taken
/ pressed to by Mr. Duke and
you Aug. lj: W. A. Tyler and
children can be madeISrthV who tells her child that she isn't other off sneakers before turning them In, wife 1 Jv!
members '
of the Office Jeanette
because of whether Iron is of if it's Tyler to Frank Bryant
Besides, going anywhere and then he wakens any use t tla \\1
/
r Irtn really want to con- from his nap and finds her Price Administration. all rusty-and a thousand other minor and Leona Bryant Aug. 1.

misdeeds parents should gone is teaching him by example toteD Very sincerely yours questions 'Which naturally arise

1 opportunity. things that! aren't true. Frank C. Rails when the whole country is faced BOB JONES
/
given with a new undertaking of this kind.
Illation of this was There are also untruths which Acting Regional Rent Executive.nOl.Ql' .
said that ber In another month most all of the
friend who aren't told directly to the child but THE FAMILY:
i still on her cento questions will probably be adequately 1
1 was -
Us which enter his subconscience '' T
a
leems that her fatherBring answered. With the President Text: "lie setteth the J / r'
I; family standards of holding truth solitary
1
candy and dl- his cabinet, half a dozen other
i iE
home
lightly. Right now we have more A dun government in families. -Psnlm 68:6.:
L the three chile agencies as well as
sly among she discovered areas than us'ial In which we are Is notice number one. leading national industries are all Home and family how rich!

evening hidden behind the on our honor as families-gas mid Another year behind the scrap campaigns there How the knitting together of

L supply the sideboard and sugar rationing rubber salvagecan For us. Do you hear l'We'll isn't going to be much time wastedin each family becomes closer as
on child be certain that his
your giving us all a thorough education
When wars and
pieces.
JrgeK to three pay. catastrophes Increase!
parents are being honest about all in .
I, went to distribute the So hurry don't scrapology.We'll There la
Y asked who these? He'll want you to be, for a delay. have plenty of opportunity a reason.

T Immediately wanting to be child will accept wholeheartedly the And thus to learn what to do with what scrap The words of this psalm trace

1 I In those it Not three pieces, she standards he learns at school and Send the Telegraph to us if we are willing to read and listen. the origin of the family up to

1 Her faT. at Scout meetings and any family It's true, Cod. As He
surely us
taken any. VOLUNTEERS arrangedthe
bving deviation from them will cause him helpIn
We
read it thru 'n'
't t say a word. Although embarrassment and concern., thru. mm to give light by day and
all over her Paper a country town I talked to a
IjuUt written supreme the night to shelter us In our E
Tiive her the same amount Above hi?. don't label a child a The subscriber's dream. farmer who admitted that he probably .
s tiers and never mentioned liar. If your child lies find out had four or five hundred pounds rest so surely has He made this ..

yet in come way he let why. Is he afraid? Help him to -Mrs. O. E. Stansbury. of scrap iron out around his barns. a part of the program for the t

slthat i he knew of her guilt. conquer that fear. Are you making He said he was perfectly willing to human being. \

think this father put a litinucb it easy and attractive for him ,CCC Enrollment turn it in and he didn't care whether Let us not think that the planIs \
responsibility on so to be truthful? Are you honest with he got paid a cent for it or not. a temporary About four monlni ago I went with Moihfr la e (I....'",. and e/Mruard/ went ,
one. There Is
[child. Later on-that is. him? Answer these questions and Is DiscontinuedThe But he hadn't done anything aboutit no in to corunXu/Hl the speaker, who i uriend.. He introduces! me to a young
ont of the other children- you will be able to meet successfully and here's his explanation: possibility of the state the school 'I captain uno caked to call on me.

d base drawn her out andIll1ON this problem of a child's lying. Bradford County office of "I'll give 'em the stuff, but nobody or the church providing a proper r

the State Welfare Board has dIscontinued will come and get it If they substitute. It i III of a day yet to By KATHLEEN NORRIS t

e n r o llmenU for the think I'm going to pick it all up come of which we read "Give un- little while you YOUNG LIVESThey

and take it to town they're crazy." to the Lord O ye families of the EVERY are precious; those
CCC. according to mother
an or
announce some
He didn't who ,
EH'OME ment )Mra. say "they" was people give unto the Lord glory lives entrusted to +t
HOjL by W. L. Andrews in this case but I presume he referred and perhaps some mother young your
member of the District 5 Welfare to a handful of patriotic citizens strength. That1 ,Is from a fare. They represent one o/
and father who
Boat'd.This. in town who were struggling psalm picturing' millennial peaceon completely America; moat valuable 0,1- ''

against heavy odds, to make lo- earth; therefore the family sacrifice their children to
action was due to the fall- a sets; for without ,','U-traine 1,

uie of Congress to continue CCC cal salvage committee function. program must endure through their own whims and comfort, '''!lIrhy.Iappy children, It'" I

Ib4 appropriations and In Instructions There His reaction are plenty is of a natural us who one.are years and there to come.we Temporarily it here and are rather proud of doing can hardly hop for the kind
see interrupted
from Washington to liquidate the willing to give away the old stuff but it cannot may be sol! of disciplined and courageous

L -en' Corps as of July 1. we don't want anyway. Dut that's overthrown. utterly They don't understand or adult toe' need to keep our
During the not very much of a sacrifice.
five-year period :
TRICIA DOW 1 that the State Welfare Board We'd be glad to give away the When our Lord was on earth even like children, and they nation ,'ron!. The years of
Junk even if there wasn't a war on childhood pass quickly, and I
served state He cherished the good spirit of make no effort to do so. They
c-Avthor at Sitter M ar,'. IClte oj as selecting agency If someone would come and clearit before you know it your lilf/e
for the Corps, more than 26,000 out of the place. That's not the the home at Bethany. His teaching leave the children in hotel will have

Floridians to kind of which is about children's devotion to them about in son or daughter '
, young were sent cooperation going rooms, or drag I
Fur sales are )in full swing so If camps both In and outside the to win the war. parents proclaims HI feeling hot them crown up. If he, or the has

I you are buying a new fur coat keepIn But to win the*'war our soldier about the home. And though cars, neglect laughat had love and guidance and ,- "

)\ mind certain fundamentals. First state.With the advent of the nation have to go out looking for Zaps, mothers may have brought their them, spoil them, criticize companionship, he will \fce W

: be sure size.that One your that coat Is is, too the small correct into the World War the numberof and on the home front we mutt babes to Him that lie might only and ignore them at will. able to fact the problems of

causes unnecessary strain on the enrollees declined while manyof nil o-operate.go out .looking Why; for shouldn't ways' Wit that can touch them. He took them In His Everyone knows these badly life unafraid. The real it up. I

skins and makes them wear poorly. the L camps were closed. Only farmer gather' up:and take his,junk arm! ,put HU' ,hands \uponthem fed, badly managed children to him. '

Second. be very careful about eight remained In Florida at the to town rather' than demand that' and 'blessed them-outdoing the who are by turns shy and bold and ,

t 71 style.cut Choose one that a conservative will be wearable classic time the order to disband,was re some unpaid veluateer. pick it up? mothers' hopes.AdmonitionsIn. In odd ways both stupid and shrewd. "We Ilv.ln, a small but,.b.auutul

r k for several seasons without "re- ceived. These ',were ,located at ENTHUSIASM WolcottIn the New Testament Children who have been left to house with a lovely garden; I went t

styling." A fur coat Is an investment Camp Blandlng (2 colored), Keystone epistles are rich with the nurses whose companionship wouldIn to a school near Philadelphia for

that the average woman Heights ((2 white). Ft. Bar. Costesvllle Pa., home of the accepted value of the family. The five minutes disgust their par. seven years, however so I have no
doesn't make Lukens Steel company has been attitude of children toward their ents. Children who are lonely bewildered
0.A every year. rancas ((1 colored), Tallahassee friends In our immediate neighbor
demonstrated the kind of 100
e ((1 colored), Wewahltcka ((1 colored cent cooperation which is neededto per parent Is set forth. Obedience"In and uneasy in childhood hood. My father Is a scientist and

If you had corn-on-the-cob last ), and Ocala (1 colored). make this scrap drive really the Lord" Is the very essence and destined to be lonely bewildered is writing a book; my mother seems
night for dinner and someone's appetite worry the Axis. of kindness. It Insists upon the and uneasy all through their entirely satisfied with her flowers
failed that two
so an ear or
I \ were left over make this corn souffle WCTU Being the leader of the national kindly attitude of the child and lives. her books, and the company' of a
GLEANINGS
tomorrow for luncheon. ServeIt effort to collect scrap iron and what can be a more kindly actI Rich Child Suffers Most. few old and Intimate friends.

1 with long rolls split and toasted steel, Robert W. Wolcott. presi- I nthe family than to teach. a These are by no means the children 'We Are Isolated.'

1 tomato salad and deep dish peach TUB DIUIV OF A BIBLE: dent of Lukens Steel, decided to child obedience? It may cost of the very poor. It would?em : "My father's book is about obscure
start the ball in his home I
15 "Been rolling
January renting
pie. town.A many a heartache but the Instrument rather that they are the children of infections! and he is certainlymore

Corn Souffle. quietly for a week; the first few salvage committee was formed for the future Is worthIt the most privileged classes. In pow i conscious of them and moreafraid
s One and one-half cups corn cut nights of the new year my owner all. erty. In the crowded slums of NewYork'
+ months and than
of them most are.
2 I many ago a campaignwas people
from tablespoons cob tablespoons flour 1 cup milk butter 1 teaspoon read me regularly but he has conducted to collect scrap from Fathers are not to make their a East Side or the packed We take a few precautions that are
forgotten me I guess. home. When the tenements of the Bronx, .there Is
every campaignwas children
wearing
salt. H teaspoon pepper few I unduly resentful lest unusual I suppose, never
3 February 3 This was Saturday over, the results showed a collection be always companionship rivalry excitement and
house
drops tabasco sauce eggs. they discouraged. And<< courage street shoes In the sunning .
Melt butter stir In flour and cook cleaning day. I was thoroughly I average of two pounds per as an asset for the business ; there are always dishesto the newspaper before we openIt

J stirring constantly until bubbly. dusted and put back in my placeon person.Mr. Wolcott and the local com- of growing up can hardly be too wash and errands to run and but they are not serious enoughto
Add milk slowly stirring vigor. babies to tend. No, it's in the comfortable
the table.February 'I' make think .
oualy. Cook and stir until boiling. mittee weren't satisfied with the re plentiful since there are so many isolated mansions of the people we are queer.But

Add corn seasonings and yolks of 4-Went to church suits so a second campaign was battles to be fought. yet we are Isolated.

eggs beaten until thick and lemon school and was used for a few re started to bring in the scrap which Mothers? What use would therebe well-to-do that childhood suffers "In all my life I never bad a

colored. Remove at once from heat ferences. was missed on the first drive. The in telling a mother how toproceed most party, or a friend to visit roe even

and let cool slightly while beating March Received weekly second: campaign also brought' in in the famUy? As a wife One Social-Registered extremelywealthy for one night," the letter goes on.
until stiff. Fold my two rounds of scrap iron per ".aplta. girl in whose case I was
whites of eggs "Other girls visited each others'
dusting and was put back in my Still dissatisfied, the committee she could be admonished. But as
beaten egg whites into cooked mix Interested, hardly saw her own families in vacations this
sleeves and wentto a mother! Let her be ; never
really rolled its .a conscientious
old up
UNbuttered place. her life.
ture and turn into an family for the first years of to In the summers
baking dish. Bake 50 minutes In April -This hag been a busy work. It made the third Junk Cirlstian; then the will pro- When at seventeen she was Anally happened me.
rally a gala occasion and got everyone ceed in Christian we go with an old professor' and
slow (323 degrees I A
moderately oven led the Christian way.
a My owner
day. permitted to enter the drawing room
in town all steamed about his wife into the mountains.
F:). Serve at once-from bak. Endeavor meeting and looked up I It. This third campaign was up goingto Let us therefore prize the family she wss a fat giggling, embarrassed

inC dish. many references. He had a hard, show what could be done-In the and the home not only to and embarrassing creature who "Everyone is always kind to me;

ripe peaches for time finding what he wanted to' first two. it was agreed the people work for It, but to endure for !t. spoke infantile French and German X have an allowance, I know any
Choose perfectly I had been fooling What for' the present life out father Is fond of me,, and Mother
just can
the peach pie. Pare cut in halves and Italian and so was supposed to :
and remove pits. Put in a deep read.May 6-In grandma' lap. She I For this third campaign every rank a family all Joined togetherin be educated but who told the eligible would' do'an7thinl to please me-
i home and every farm was can- except that, as she always says 'Fa
pie dish or a shallow baking dish, is home on a visit. She let a teardrop I Christi! young man to whom she was
with 2 tablespoons vassed. The people had their scrap that must come first And latherdoesn't
cut side up. Sprinkle on Col. 2: 5-7, Introduced that her favorite game
cooking tapioca and ready and got it to the proper spots. like company. Voices make
quick "
3 tablespoons strained honey. Puta May 7-In grandma's lap agkln When the count was taken it was Tea per cent e( year Incomes was "jack.ton.., and her favorite him nervous, dear. He doesn't understand

dot of butter in each peach half this afternoon. It Is a comfort found that the tonnage this time War Bends will help to reading the "Oz" books, and who young people' This sort
rich Put In able Sometimes she reads averaged 35 pounds per person, or build the grabbed so eagerly at a box of candy
i3 and cover with pastry. spot. t planes and tanks of thing I have heard all my life
to bake 140 pounds per family-almost nine and stuffed so much of It Into her
minutes
a hot oven for 10 me sometimes she talks to me. that will Insure defeat ef Ultler -
reduce heat to 390: times as much as the other two collections mouth that it was decided that "When I was about seven we wentto
the crust. Then Grandma has she
May gone; and his Axis partners."
combined!
New 30 minutes China to study germs. There were
Dirndl degrees F. and bake Back In the Kathryn's Introduction to society
a No. 1183-S0rnethla, new longer. Serve wrm or cold. kissed me good-by.the table. SUCCESS individualNo CHURCH DIRECTORY OF must be still further delayed. small children on the boat and the
old on
of e e place first time I played with them I was
that
ml. Then there was the case of the
Popular long-, here's a recipe June 3-The owner's daughter matter how much national SERVICES!:
Odl.skiraUhouettel\ AdressWrtunUy'fOTsmaVcon' i Speaking of honey, unfortunate wife ot George the hysterically excited and I had an
will cake frosting that'sreally to a few of her ballyhoo there is about scrap collection rinvrROT. 'PT''T'
., for ,honey used me press accident and
a embarrassing they
'At w its success or failure is going A. B. 1.1.."_', Pastas Fourth,a princess raised in a German
delicious. botany specimens.June 110M N. Wmlmmt Street laughed at me.., My mother took me
to the real work but 00117' and dirtyIn
1 this of strained honey until depend upon castle so
Boil 1 the Church e"hoQI.6 A. Ms
delightful cup in :
use a Plain Jacket ef- it spins a thread. Beat whitesof 29-Was packed which is done on it In each town Morning Worship 11:00 A M.' her habits that the dignified old away, to give me a whipping for this.

ra or mix fabric with a 2 eggs with V4 teaspoon salt until trunk with other things for a Vacation and each home. B. T. V. 1 00 P. MKvenfnr ambassador who went to bring her ralifortupe and my sense of shame
two plain col- This Isn't case of finding some Worship I.00 P. M that for the rest of
boiling honey trip. a was so great
rOIl blue stiff. Beat )in the the regent's bride
with Wednesday Worship aOo: P. M.FIRST to England as
red for
A style: worthy rosy slowly and continue to beat until July 5-Still In the trunk. I little knlcknack to throw into the broke It to her as gently as possiblethat the trip I would not plsy' with the

a carefully planned! vaSalione cool and stiff. Flavor with ,vanilla do not see why I should have collection as might be done for a MRTT1ODHT her chances of holding the affections others but played up on the boat
b. cool cake. church bazaar. This is a case of ........ .....
or even m and spread on come. Rev. U. C. P P deck by myself. At school 1 had
a trousseau: out every knlcknack and of George would be Improved
nd it digging 13O N. Caarvk Street
hail ective for .wn.rner- e e e certain July 14-Home again In the every ounce of all the scrap you Church Bohool 10:00: A. M if she would make a habitof dear and warm friends, but we are

linen or rayon ma- You can sow radish seed same old place on the table with can possibly lay your hands on- Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. dally baths.Neglected all scattered now, and I don't ever
in
and spinach .
7:00 P. M.Evening
lettuce Young People :
I'll No. 8183 II In the varieties of for fall meals. These all the books on top of me. I am and doing something to get it Into Wor.hlp 1.00 P M. Human Contacts. see them.
.lzea'U garden
13. to cool weather getting lonesome. No one seems the hands cf a Junkman even if no Wednesday Worship ';00 P. M. Discourages Possible Suitor
short sleeves' takes vegetables all like It is a strange thing that mothers
Is made volunteer
all by
!
effort at
39-inch not keep your garden grow to care for me. and "About four months ago I went
t for material llfl yards_ so why workers) to collect it from you. ST. MARK' BPISCOPAb who will spend time money, .
top portion.'ew. ing until we have heavy frosts. We should think of it In this way: Rev. free) y.r..... Reefs who will worry for years over the with Mother to a lecture and afterward

Would you like to end the war? Every pound of iron you collect lOCI N. Chorrk Street book education of their children went In to congratulate the
-- Church school 10:00: A. M.
LISTEN I may stop a Zap, a German or an Hunday Worship II:00 A. M. often deny them the social help the speaker who is a friend. He Intro-

...... IV 'Bowlines Addiction Ito Starke, "If my people, which are called Italian. Every ounce you leave lying Sunday Evening 7:30: P. M. simple training in human contacts.In duced me to a young captain who
............. R. N. firs: cost the life of Friday Evening 7:JO P. M. asked call mother
............ Florida. by my name shall humble them-, in the may Holy Days 10.00 A. M. nice manners in the making and to on me. My
COUNTY, PI.ORIDAI iv: CHA.VOlaTrE. and and seek my an American soldier. told him that we have 'a very busy
: that is
...... selves pray holding of friendships so
....................... Ho-ler. hllBo. Plain face and turn from their wicked i FIRST. PRRSHTTKRIJtlV much more valuable. It is a sad Daddy" at our house and she was
Jose aftila. ..... II. AU... Palter would disturb
tiff. ve. lwrenco hear from Deeds Filed Rev. ( afraid callers him.
will I
...... ; then commentary upon our handling of
2093. ways
..................... Defendant. Cane No. AND S-M "Nvrth Cheery St. But the officer persisted and wroteto
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Heaven and will forgive their sin Church BohooI 10:OO A. M our children that a book called "Howto
g* NOTICE TO APPEAR will heal their land. W. Henry Andrews and wife Bandar Worship. 1&'00 A. M. Make Friends and Influence Peo me asking me"U my mother and J
**"... .. FLORIDA to: law- and 'I Henlor Crusades 0 00 P. M.
. STATE OF would meet him for dinner
? H. A. Lawson I
? some
? to
? ? rence Joseph Bona.lllla. wbes. residence 2nd Chron. 7: 14. Myrtle Andrews Intermediate Youth S:OO P. M. pie" has deservedly been a be.tleller
I.4... Balnbrldge, oorsla Lawson 25 Evening Worship 7:00 P. M. where. My mother said I must tell
la E.
.. Not by might nor by power and wife Ada July ; for years.
.. onAuISet ,
.......". are required to appear him that it was out of the question
11 14th. 1912 In the above but by my spirit salth the Lord H. P. Gainey and wife Nannie Here Is a letter from a girl whose

.cs patte.eenta.. d.III...........i ttatti41d5 .. named Court and cau.and.. wherein Annulment of Hosts.-Zech. 46.: II Calney. to Lester Kite and L. H. Rev.ST. The FnWARP'S.. J. Mar.ATHOLIC.,.. Pastes parents are apparently both highly we would hope to see him again at !
divorce time.
plaintiff of Marrl.eeeka ... Bradford Count Christians meditate on above. Wynne, timber only 400 acres Including !>_.le A"e... cultured well-meaning persons. But some other
D.w OO A. M.
Mana "This morning I announcedhis
Early :
nUl 81. P.tterq Tcierraph shall P ol'"h.'h'' '" Order and pray.Furnished. Iota 8, 9, 10 11 and 12 IllTlne .....I_. how they have failed BetUnst see

Hew Ter" N. T. In nest, four we hand ly. and"S- xrrirlal ( and paid for by the of section 6. township 7 south. Dundsr Mass *:00 A. M. "My mother Is an angel, and my engagement to a very prettygirl
Witness my I 00 A. M. whose home Is
Week Day Mass ; a neighbor
peat at Htarka. Florida, this July Starke W. C. T. U.) range 20 east $2,150 cub. July father is a very wonderful man, famous for informal fun r

Hod. ,1142. A j. Thomas.As 24; F. O. Hemingway and wife, O"PBI, TABEW1ACI.H writes Bettlna. from her home in quit. ." and

Cleric of said Coitrt.Fla., MANUSCRIPT COVERS-*1 Annie Hemingway, of Bradford Mr. sad ...*. J. T. Qalsiler .....-reHunday the suburbs of a great eastern city. hospitality .-
Knight Btarku. Survlee, 7,'. P. M.
*
Knight
8.P p ter 100-BRADFORD COUNT) Co., P. O. McMillan and wife, Friday Service 7.10 P. M. i
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i". r.'OR TF.N BRADFORD COUNTY 'lELKCUAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA _ FRIDAY. A-,.

I desks at Bradford I 94!. officio Secretary of said I --U'II7:
used seats and aUb"crlb"
F W A Cuts Force (OFKICIAt SEAL) A.:1.: ThomaB Brard.It. seat my nal11.
High School to the Hellbronn Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford V. KNIUHT to or the said townan '
and Rising County. Florida. 8-7 U g-2 Attorney fur b. Board 9-1 2t 8-14 afflxei' ., Ihl" th. ,
!1Z (In This Area Springs Graham KU.t. A 1) 1 1943 61 ....
schools. IV: riHCIHT COI'IIT. HK1DFORUor N /,
vr- l'V CIIXN- t\ ClKCI'IT fOt'HT. Rn-'DFonfl Wain. \
.
( >T' rioiiiu.ii
P. '1' Piety of Jacksonville construction The Board agreed to pay .. S. ( EUY ('Ot'I'Y." FL.OHIUAI IN: C1IA>- ATTEST "

engineer. in the only Austin $8 per month for hauling Erth.-mloii D. Dldounlii' Plaintiff CKKYMIlllN City Carl John.,
I V.., Violet M. DlduUHln DefendantCofOKK Dash, Plaintiff, vn. America Clerk,
employe In this area who will beT pupils to the Lawtey school and 2049. Jash t.f. ndant. Case No. 2074. 8-7 rt soIN lvPllAI.t '

with the Federal Works Agency .' LonnIe Crawford, the same amount : (II' PtITILIrATION: AND OKUEU OK PIT LICATIO-l: AND
Ycs-: Til9
NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTK-H Tl> APPEAR ClIftt "
after Saturday according to 1 for transporting pupils to the STATKJ OJ!' FIX>IUDA to: Violet 8TATH OP FIvOKlI to: America 1(0"1'11 ,111111'1('01 II
aiwocl-te engineer wboee residence la Dash whose residence Id Path 'I'IU: 'r"U IL 1'/.1"
James B. Stagg. 1 Rising School. M. DldouBlH. Asu .' : i." I
ta N. Fork. Kentucky. I 5L01
who has been In Starke for jails Mlllburn Ave., Maplewood 1'V : OMb
You are required to appear on (
L(44( the past two week. Under date You Are CommissionersMet You to appear on September 7th.. 111-18, In the above OBEYPlaintiff !: (11:11: ,
of July 25 Mr. Stagg and also September e7rUm1. In the above named Court and cause wherein
and whereinplaintiff plaintiff seeks dlvorrs. Bradford vs.
named Court ciiuae
i( L. C. Hoch. who has been In This Week ......k. divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall publlHh thin MARILYN POwl'KF. IH!
Starke for several months received County Telecraph hall publish thla Order In next four weekly Issues. Defendant oSCE
PI
Order In next four weekly ImiueB.Wltnenn WltneHH my hand and official letters from R. I* Mac- SeeingSnakes B. B. Dale representative of my hand and official. seal at Starke.: Florida thla August STATE (fl4' "&:.I h LIC4tJ

Dougall. regional director oft McCormIck A Son contractprs at aeal at Starke. Florida thla August 3rd..L19JhL 'J'O l\fAIlILY/:
It
: -. is I'OWELI.
4th.. 1942.OFFICIAL ( ) A.:1.: Thomas hereby
t region No. 3, Atlanta. Ga., to The the Crystal Lake Air Base, requested ( anAL) A. :J. ThomanAa A* Clerk of Bald Court. 81It 8-38 Defendant, Mriiy1 "
'.11 effect that their service with the Board of County Clerk of nald Court. 8-7 4t 8-SS be and. you are .t'Q
appear
p'4i1 FWA would terminate Saturday ; Commissioners In .session Mon- NOTICE OF AI.M OF J tllOOLBOMUH IN COIIN'I"CIRCUIT'. FLOHIDAl COUHT. BRADFORD IN (.:.../V. ieptsmber on MOnday.A. Ii. 11. ';';to

Sept. 8."BecauH'. __ day morning to lend him I the CE1IY. above entitled. COUrt 1913., bo,
'i,o : hereby given that The William' Taylor Campbell. Plaintiff. complaint filed. 10 l tilo
of the lack of fund p county road grader for a few daysIn o Jlc.Ofl" Public Instruction: ot va Ruth: Parr Campbell.. Defen above entitled kgafnt ,,,
,
r available for the further prosecution an emergency until a similar Bradford County. Florida. will receive dant. Can 111... Sill. tain Plaintiff Obey, btdu ecu,5.. .".!lor
$ a
I bids at the office of the ORDER OP PUBLICATION divorce frm, .1It
of public work projects not machine could be secured and Superintendent of Public Instruction AND NOTICE TO APPEAR grounds of desertion'0''" ,

directly connected with the essential .': placed on the job. which requestwas of Half County In the Courthouse STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth tt is further .
F of Bradford County located Dnrr Campbell, whose reiildenca Is order bust. Publl.hoa,, ,\
i: war effort It Is! necessary I granted. In the City of .. Florida, until 1725 Lanier Place. North West four Consecutive Ohe.1,
to curtail the functions of the I Upon receipt of a letter from 4:00 o'clock In the afternoon on Washington "bletrict of Columbia. Bradford County week, ,
the 7th day of September, 1942 Tou are required to appear on newspaper or 1'01'111
various administrative and engineering : O. R. Prevatt, It was decided to for the purchase. of. Thirty-five September 7th.. 1942. In the above publish4 In (hr gon.tal "k

L' operations of the Fed- IlrreV one for the book! Fishing in New River near IXMIK Bridgeone approve his removal to the homeof ThouBand rasJJ$35.000) principal named Court and cause, wherein redford County! \ Pior4&:;'iiy I '
amount of Honda oftinwlal plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford WITl'IoIK
eral Works Agency concerningsuch tiny recently: K. J. Turner Jr., und E\errtt Kenfroe Mumbled S. J. Futch and to allow Mr. Tux School UlHtrlrt. No. aCI' County Telegraph shall publish this Adkin, a. JUdg tho HlJh.rabk.
Because of thin of Bradford authorised Order In next four and the t ,hi
projects Futch. $25 month for his weekly Issues. 'sal 01
moccasins per : : :r'nF ; I"i'n uulu
curlrd under the buHhrx.After
for over two 'Stump-tall" water up at an ; held cald Witness my hand and official 1 ('Ity of Stark., CO'rt
reduction It will be necessary the unakcw hud been killed they were found to contain 75 baby maintenance.The School DlHtrlct on the 18th day of Heal at. tit ark.., Florida, this August .1.'lorida 1/.1./ th. Itadlofd.lrd .
UH to release you at the close of allowance heretofore madeto June 1942. The said bondn are: 3rd.,' 1942. I I A. [)>.. 1942 *,
: It' mitcca..lnR-.It In one and 31 young and 13 eggs In the other. Those In the denomination of $55U each, (OFFICIAL. MUAt.) A. J. Thomas '
8.
business August was suggested Mandy Lowe was discontinued dated An Clerk of aid 'e't.rk of A. J
are April I. 1942: are negotiable Court. 8-7 4t 8-28 the
I'ItUI'
In the letters that they who know about such things hay thin incident In a record-breaker, owing to her death and Vasco coupon bonds: In form payableto for Hradtord "('111111 rOO"
make application for other and the picture' above frlvrw an idea of how many less snakes there'll bearer are reenterable as to HOTICH: OP ElECTION: (OFFICIAL SEAL, Floto
might Griff was allowed $10 for the "M'n'I".t| | only hear Interest at the I. V. D. Wal wright. Jr.. Mayorof IIv J. .
n.
federal employment. Both men b., In the New Ititer swamp next Reason. care of Mrs. Lowe during her rate of three percent (3% ) per Starke. Florida, by virtue of theiuth.rity STATE UF K..lh! O'PII,
......u"'. payable neml-annualiy on vested In me by do. 'LOHIDI I
illness and for expenses incurredby the first days of April and October hereby call an election t6 IItWh eld COUNTY OF BHAI1FORD''
CLASSIFIEDSFOR have been connected with the her burial. In each year until maturity, are at the city ball In the aforesaid I HEREBY
Estimated Budget puyable as to both principal and town by the qualified voters on above nI\1'ln 1,
FWA and PWA since 1935. "It is The $25: per month appropriation Interest In any: coin or currency Tuesday,' September 15. 1942 for of the and original f onOFPiriAr -.." I.p 111I

understood that Mr. Hoch will return AnnouncedBy made sometime ago to the of the United HtateH of America, the purpose of electing the follow- made In the said Order, 01.",.
furnished which on the respective dates of log officer: .u. "
RENT 6-room my of tic..
at once to bin home In St.Peteraburg. Bradford County Defense Council payment In legal tender for the One Mayor gust, A. 0.thie. thr 1td do,
house. Hot and cold water. C. while Mr.\ Stagg. who CommissionersContinued was discontinued pending an investigation :&r.:7nndof: public and private Three Aldermen 1912
R. Whitehead Lawtey Fla. U mature on April 1 In Inspectors of .*id election: R. A. A. I
Is from St. Louis. Mo., will remain of Its activities.A year* and amounts a. follows: NewKome. P. A. Scott: J. 1... Peek, ( ,
in Starke for two or three ( from page one) donation of $10 was made 1944 to 1965 inclusive _- $1500 and N... T. llltch. By J. It. Kelly SEAL IJ'PUI)

3ILBERT HOTEL AND COFFEE weekg. and Fixtures toward the erection of the air- and 1966 __?_____---_ 2000 In t tlmf ny whereof I hereunto 11-7 4. R.2H C.
Furniture
Fla. Special
SHOPPE. Palatka.
plane observation tower which H. The said School Bonds will be sold -
weekly and monthly summer The drastic reduction applies County Jail 200.00 to the highest bidder and will not
rates. and American to the six states In this region- 200.00 A. Carlton. chief airplane observer '' sold In fractional The
European', Florida. Georgia Alabama Mississippi Insanity Inquiries 10 erecting over the BlandInI' said bonds will be delivered .. VICTORY ROLLFAST BICYCLE
plan. Members of the Armed General Welfare 2500.00 soon after the sale thereof as they
Forces and their Families will Tennessee and South Carolina of a County x Center building. may be prepared and ready for de- ONLY $33.75SEE
Operation Notary Public bond of J. W. livery. The said bonds will. not be .
-and doubtless to the rest of
receive attractive family rates. Health Unit 1200.00 sold unless duly validated. by De
For Information please write the Country" well. Accordingto Contingencies and Pinholster In the amount of $:SOO, cree of the Circuit Court In and .. 1
Ja executed by the Continental Casualty for Bradford County. State of
Flor-
Mr. Stagg. the WPA office in -
Gilbert Hotel, Palatka. Fla., Ida. "ald
Board
The reserves the YOUR LOCAL
J4? Richard "'. Ruhe, Manager. ltp Jacksonville will handle all appll Publicity 500.00 Co.. of Indiana with its right to reject any and all bid.. RATIONING BOARD
cations for further projects In head office in Chicago Ill., as for the bonds If It deem It for
---- -- .
300.00 "tlntre"t of said TO SEE IF YOU ARE
Defense Council School QUALIFIED
County surety
FOR RENT-New apartments for Florida. was duly approved. District .0 to do. .

F':4: rent. Inquire 328 West Call With reference to the present $21.807.00 Reports of the various county This S.August K. SPARKS Srd. 1942. I"
r Street. ltp, Total officials were received and filed
status 0 f Starke projects Mr. Chairman! of The Board of
FINE AND FORFEITUREFUND and the Board adjourned to meetat Public Instruction of Brad EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYV.
Stagg stated that 31 the
on July
ford
FOR RENT 2-room County State
apartment 1 o'clock P. M. of Florida.
school project was 75: percent today (Friday) W. E. MIDDLETO S. St. John Owner
t with beuutyrest bed. Cool and Salary and Fees Prosecutng for the purpose of considering Counly Sup e rlntendent of ,

clean. Also one extra large complete. The time on the con Attorney 750.00 bids on equipment for the PubUo Instruction and azII' -

bed room. Mrs. Wm. Struth.' tract expires Sept. 4. and every- Fees and Costa County health center. county

Up. thing but odds! and enda" will be Judra: 2400.00 =--., -- .

__ _ _ completed by that time. It Is Fees and Costs Sheriff :5,000.00 I
"- *-OR RENT Comfortable new "aub tantlally com p leted", Mr. Bailiffs 500.00Sheriff' Griffis May Sell Out

1' home. modern conveniences. Stagg said. "and the school shouldbe

600 N. Walnut St. ltp able to open not very muchlater" Commission on 400.00 Lindsay Griffin announced Wed-
Fines Collected nesday that he had "bargained to

'w s>>., SALE-Double wagon $:SO. Guard at County Jail 480.00 sell" the Bradford Inn, one-half Accounts Must Be Settled

WK)d saw with starter $30; disc:' The fire station Is complete and Witness Fees 500.00 mile north of Starke on Road 13,

plow %20: all In good condition. ready for final inspection. Bids Jurors Pay Rolls 300.00 to James R. Perloff of New York

a',' Ben Faulkner, Route 3, Lake; for equipment of the Health Cen- Feeding and Care of City.

, f,; i Butler Fla. 3tp ter will be received Friday. The Prisoners '2000.00 "Mr. Perloff Intends to remodel

water and sewer' projects are pro- Other Law Enforcement and operate a first-class drive-in By the 10th

FOR SALE $1600. Hou.e. 8I cresalng. Agencies. 600.00 barbecue stand" said Mr. Oriffla.

,rooms and bath. All convenIences Reserved for Contingencies "He hat eight fine horses and

Well located. 423 School 1,800.00
TrusteesRecommend Traffic Patrol says .h e _will operate riding
Laura St.-E. L. Klnchen .
,
academy also." Jle will
I stt ; take
872tp Total $14,730.00 I charge about September 15.:
'
SMALL FARM FOR SALE at a Useful Courses AGRICULTURAL FUND Mr. Griffin lam to go to Hot FEDERAL:

bargain. 20 acres land, about County Agent's Salary $1,800.00 I Springs Ark., for a much-needed .

15 under cultivation rest In; The trustees of Special Tax vacation and return later and fr

timer. 6-room house Included. School District No. 3 want Brad- Total 1800.00 I open a '\business In Jacksonville. Regulation II''Freezes all charge accounts haring

If Interested, write owner Mrs ford High School to offer prac- WIDOW'S PENSION FUND

R 0 s I e Constantine Theresna, I tical or utilitarian courses of Pension Allowance for Lost and found columns of unpaid balances for May or' Before.

Fla. It; study-"courses which will fit Dependent Children In Toklo newspapers are crowded t"

' students for livelihood School 2300.00 p ) these days. Every time
FOR i earning a an
SALE-Lara-e mule. Or will American.
In skilled bays a War
occupations. Bond.
trade for cane mill or bogs.T. .- Total 2300.00 I the laps lose
face.
L. Casey, Route 1,' Brooker, Under date of August 1, K. G. ROAD AND BRIDGE MAIN- 10|% every pay day.; Bay; your WE QUOTE:

Fla. Itp Duncan. 8. A. Weldon and OrleA. .

.. Wiggins trustees. addressed a TENANCE FUND

FOR SALE-Used 4-burner dec letter to Dr. W. E. Mlddleton, Road and Bridge Main- iv 401: f'IIU"'IT e-orms. DnADP'onD (Par. C. Sec: 5 Reg. W. effective May 6, 1912))
NTY.
tric stove In good condition. $2:5:I County Superintendent of Public tenance $15,000.00: 4'KitY. FIonIDAl I" 4.11":011: _

cash. See W. :M. Walnwrlght.Klngsley Instruction sending copies to the New Equipment & Unpaid Gertrude Sober Pollock. Plaintiff, A
default
Lake. Itp members of the County BoardS. I Accounts (From Board Ca vs.... WIllIan No 2115 PoflockCe .. charge account shall be deemed to be in


FOR SALE-30 Ford tudor ae- S.. E. Sparks O. C. Kelly and J. I Right of Bond of Way Trustees on New) 2,000.00 ORDJ1H STATE NOTICFJ 010' PITlILIC'ATIO-l TO APPEAR: AND if any article (whether listd or unlistd) (or which
Norman-making their wishes 0"'LOIUUA
dan. in good condition. Good I known. and Existing Roads 3000.00 I Pollock who. re.ldenc., to: William la
Un-
tires. $275: cash.-Mr*. Dorothy Known. credit was extended in"such account has not heel!
"For some time our Govern- You are required to appear on
Stancll Barksdale's '
Store.
Itp ment has promoted high school ROAD AND Total BRIDGE INTEREST 20000.00 I September flamed Court 7th.and, 1942.:cause In .the wherein above paid for in full on or before the 10th Day of th

FOR SALS--8 small housea., Must t courses) in agriculture, and paid a plaintiff! !' Reek* divorce. Bradford .

be moved off property before considerable part of the coat of Bond AND Maturities SINKING FUND 26000.00 I iueo County Order Telegraph ln next four"hau' weekly publl.h|;.- second calendar month following the calendar

Sept. 1. Se. II. ED. Plotts. road I this Instruction", the letter said. sues.Witneac

48 two miles this side Camp "We understand that It Is Interest' Payments $31,115.00 seal my hand and official month during sold.
now Incidentals 150.00) at 1Itark.: 'Jorlda. thla Au- which such article was
Standing. Itp urgently .uot 8th.. U43.
requesting that the I (OPF-iriAI, SEAtV
6,408.00
Accumulating Surplus! -A.:1.: Thomas
IF YOU WOULD BUY OR SELL., ; schools give special courses In A. Clerk of earn 6ourt. '-7It 525BRADFORD (End of Quote)

welding and similar work. and -
milk cows stock cow*. beef r Total 63673.09 I NOTICJ12
pays a considerable
cattle stock bulls part of the It therefore Resolved that I
or hog. get I was COUNTV. FLORIDA f
cost. Both
>
a matter of
in touch with J. D. Odom. Jr.,, lam and from patriot- the Clerk of the Circuit Courtbe I NOTICE IS HAK2SvTov"N! 1942
a that
Box 247 Starke.; Box 204 Lake I standpoint of directed to have the foregoing I pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter This Means
helping equip our youth. we urg- II IU98 Laws of Florida. Act of :
City: Telephone 481 Lake City. estimates as made by the Board I 1937.o .
ently request that you do i.'w'nadle'; \ : MURPHY the
Auction market every Thursday everything of County Commissioners published land tnCTBr

on all classes of live stock I possible to secure these in a newspaper In the ford County aie Florida, will be ofl These accounts must be paid in full or "Curt?
courses, and any'IlmlJar courses fSllifkr at pblIe outcry for
at Lake City at 2:30 P. M. Insertion and
County by one ; a njche.t and beat each bid. .uo-

5-8-43,I our available school.In" manual training for copy thereof 'properly certified, 'Jtc the Internal the rlsrht Improvement of the tru Fund..t... before further charges can be added.

I forwarded to the Comptroller of to reject any and all bid. at
ATTRACTIVE LAWN ,FURNITURE .' the State of Courthouse berlnnln.in., .,,n the_,_
-Flat fratvaaU- Florida. 'CII A. ,M. 7t-h'Yci > -of
ed cypress, Legion Awarded W. M. Edwards, Chairman.A. September A: ?>. ,Vi"j. .
nails. Chairs $1.75, settees J. Ea.ement for road right of
Thomas, Clerk. way
$3.00. delivered In Starke. Pay Service CertificateThe 200 feet wide will be ru..rv..d from Therefore
any parcel :
lhroulrh
on whlClb there 1.
arrival if satisfied. Mall an .Une tltat. Road. '

orders solicited.-D. D. MorrU .Tones-Laagford-Whlte Poet Routine MeetingOf One Acre Square on N side of

Bostwlck. Fla. 7-31 4tp of the the American"Special Legion Certificate has received of- School BoardThe aa awl In.1;.Road.of I Acre.NbL See.. E".t 26. Twp.of and 7 adjoin.S. H. Your creditor has no choice in'the matter-it &


TABLES pHAIRS. cash register Most Distinguished Service for Tru..t..ea of TF.RSAL: 1MI'ROVF.1IfF.S'f' LAW.MERCHANTS'. '
following routine businesswas : PUNt 0.- THE
electric
wire and miscellaneous> faithfulness In the performance of STATE OF FLORIDA.

for sale at Lanola Unksv Highway duties. for loyal cooperation and transacted by the School ity A. i' Thom.. Agent
Trusti
Board a t Its regular I. Fund I3radford
48 meeting
between Starke and for meritorious achievements." County. '
It
Monday:
Blandlng. Up "In compliance with the mem- '-
The Board unanimously agreed KOTICB' OP
$3 REWARD for return of small bers-hip program of the national that Harold C. Wall Insurance TA.X APPMCATIOV UKKU FOR ASSOCIATION

male fox hound. Name "Boy". organization of the American Agency should continue handling NOTict"w! alii Z5.. .81)

color-white with lemon ears. Legion calling upon all poets and liability Insurance on school 1 % HEnERY GIVE Tax=" ,

Burned scar on tail. Melvin\ departments to observe American buses. 3rAh, X"YJSSJS'tSi .th.,

McKinaey Starke. Itp Legion Week by re-enrolling all Because of the physical condi- cat. Nn.July 89, lueu.4 1131 and the Tax 4th. Certlfl day of
1941 members", the certificate Au.u.t 1 tiled OF STARKECarpenter's
WANTED tion of Frank Merrltt'a son. the In my otilcr; :J4\.a'.sm: came
-Contractor states, "Jones
to move 7 ord-Wh1te appll.
cation
Board
voted for
that he be allowedto a tax deed'' to b. 'I..u.d
houses within next 10 days.H. ._ Post No. 156, Department of FlorIda attend the Starke school. The the'h.r..on. SaId certificate embrace.

E. PioUs Road 48, 2 mi.. The American Legion, accomplished County Superintendent was Instructed the following County of deecribed bradford property. State ?
this side Camp Blanding. Itp a hundred percent I Florida. to.It, :
record to write bus driver R. NE'5 of Drug Store Torode Chevrolet Co.Guy's .
NE'-. nt ,
by placing all 1941 members 8W1,4 8c. 1
In L. demons to Twp. 8 8
for n. IL
WANTED-Young go by the B-. containing 10
maD
or
younl'lady good standing for the Acre, more ...
year 1942 Mosley children his or t. I. embraced Bradford
on
,to distribute coupons even- prior to November route. under said' Certificate No. M. Hardware Co. Market
Ings. No selling.I Apply at I date 11. 1941 the The Board opened bids on gasoline 8 BB 4of NK* of 8WVI, Sec. 1 Twp. ,
Bon-Art on which observance of and ou to be furnished to o. K. JI i:.. containing 10 Acr.a
Studios. it American more or lea. t. ambrac.d Alexander
: Legion Week was county-owned buses, and awarded I, said Certificate No. 89. Under & Co. Sternberg'

HELP WANTED-female-Young brought to conclusion". .. P. Roberts the sale of gasolineare .rty The under-.ment the of the .ale prop
said
certificate
lady wanted to work In office. urgently in need of a leader jodwi"n. Wmn.ih- name of tern No. Eastern Auto

Must be able to type. Bradford Recent BirthsMr. buse*. while L. L. Libby was (the .aid ......m.nt of Supply S. R. Johns & Sons
property under
Engineering Co. It given the sale of gasoline and oil .9 I".u.d the .aid
was In A.
SSJWVSS {! the I M.
and
Mrs. Wm. Lancaster for the Starke buses. Mcllrlde. Darby's Leila's Dress Shop

LOST a month or six week ago Spears, Ralford. July 31, boy; The route driven by Lottie Edwards redeemed ia sairflc'utwlls' .
-one 3-cluster diamond ring Mr. and Mrs. Russell property described
Wiley was extended therein will b. j
and the
cold to Denmark
th
diagonal mounting. Reward If Arnold Starke. August 2, girl; Board agreed to Increase her salary courthou.e door hlcheat on the bidder flr.t M Mon the Furniture Co.II .
returned to Bradford Mr. and Mrs. M. L. day In the
County Conner. month of
$8 September
per month for this ,
Telegraph office. Itp Starke July 30. girl; It agreed to transfer extension. un-- tember.1142. which 1942.I. the Tab day of S.p I II

Dated title Ith.
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